Honeywell Dolphin 9500
®
Dolphin
Power Tools
With Windows Mobile® 6.X for the:
Dolphin 7600 Mobile Computer - 6.0
Dolphin 9900 Mobile Computer - 6.1
Dolphin 9700 Mobile Computer - 6.5
User’s Guide
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 - Accessing and Upgrading Power Tools
Dolphin Power Tools Overview ...................................................................................... 1-1
Software Requirements ................................................................................................. 1-2
Power Tools Main Window ............................................................................................ 1-2
Additional Dolphin Power Tools ..................................................................................... 1-4
Upgrading Power Tools ................................................................................................. 1-5
Chapter 2 - EZConfig
Upgrades ....................................................................................................................... 2-1
EZConfig Editor.............................................................................................................. 2-2
Installing EZConfig on the Workstation .................................................................... 2-2
Sample EXM Files.................................................................................................... 2-2
Opening EZConfig Editor on the Workstation .......................................................... 2-3
Menu and Toolbar Options ............................................................................................ 2-3
File Menu ................................................................................................................. 2-3
Working with Open EXM Files ................................................................................. 2-7
Working with Sections.............................................................................................. 2-7
Working with Keys.................................................................................................. 2-12
Creating New Configuration Documents................................................................ 2-15
Associating Applications ........................................................................................ 2-16
Registry Documents..................................................................................................... 2-17
Processing Registry Documents on the Terminal .................................................. 2-19
Creating Bar Codes ..................................................................................................... 2-21
Converting Known INI and MNU Files ......................................................................... 2-28
EZConfig Editor on the Terminal.................................................................................. 2-30
Editing Sections ..................................................................................................... 2-31
Editing Keys ........................................................................................................... 2-32
Launching Associated Applications........................................................................ 2-33
EZConfig Client ............................................................................................................ 2-34
Using EZConfig Client............................................................................................ 2-34
EZConfig Client Window ........................................................................................ 2-36
Command Line Arguments .......................................................................................... 2-37
Chapter 3 - DeviceConfig
DeviceConfig.exm File ................................................................................................... 3-1
Settings in the WLAN Supplicant ............................................................................. 3-1
DeviceConfig.exm Sections and Keys ........................................................................... 3-2
Connections Section ................................................................................................ 3-2
Radio Manager Section............................................................................................ 3-2
System Section ........................................................................................................ 3-9
Applications Section............................................................................................... 3-10
Launching DeviceConfig.exe Manually ........................................................................ 3-13
Temporary Option for Bar Code Deployment .............................................................. 3-13
Chapter 4 - Autorun and AutoInstall
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Autorun ...........................................................................................................................4-1
Autorun.exm File.......................................................................................................4-1
Start Options.............................................................................................................4-4
AutoInstall.......................................................................................................................4-8
Program Install Locations .........................................................................................4-8
AutoInstall.exm .........................................................................................................4-9
Command Line Arguments .....................................................................................4-10
Chapter 5 - ScanWedge
Enabling ScanWedge .....................................................................................................5-1
ScanWedge.exm Sections .............................................................................................5-2
Settings Section........................................................................................................5-3
Comm Section ..........................................................................................................5-6
Decode Section ........................................................................................................5-8
Centering Section ...................................................................................................5-11
Formatting Section..................................................................................................5-12
Symbologies Section ..............................................................................................5-17
VK (Virtual Key) Mapping Section ..........................................................................5-20
Virtual Key Codes Table...............................................................................................5-21
Command Line Arguments...........................................................................................5-26
Chapter 6 - Additional Power Tools
BattMon ..........................................................................................................................6-2
InstallerCE ......................................................................................................................6-4
HotKeys ..........................................................................................................................6-5
Keyboard Status .............................................................................................................6-7
NoSIP .............................................................................................................................6-9
RASMan .......................................................................................................................6-10
Reboot ..........................................................................................................................6-13
Suspend .......................................................................................................................6-14
SysInfo..........................................................................................................................6-15
Sample SysInfo File................................................................................................6-17
Chapter 7 - Using the Battery Analyzer
Requirements .................................................................................................................7-1
Recommendation......................................................................................................7-1
Analyzing a Battery.........................................................................................................7-2
Stopping an Analyze Cycle.......................................................................................7-2
Command Line Arguments.............................................................................................7-3
Advanced Mode..............................................................................................................7-3
Chapter 8 - Registry Power Tools
Editing the Registry ........................................................................................................8-1
Menus.............................................................................................................................8-3
File Menu ..................................................................................................................8-3
Edit Menu..................................................................................................................8-3
View Menu ................................................................................................................8-4
Importing Registry Files..................................................................................................8-5
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Exporting Specific Registry Settings...............................................................................8-5
Other Export Options ................................................................................................8-5
Backing Up the Registry .................................................................................................8-6
Restoring the Registry ..............................................................................................8-6
RegBackup.exm .............................................................................................................8-7
Command Line Arguments.............................................................................................8-9
Registry Edit Options in EZConfig ................................................................................8-10
Chapter 9 - Network Utilities
Accessing Network Utilities ............................................................................................9-1
IP Config.........................................................................................................................9-2
Ping ................................................................................................................................9-4
Route ..............................................................................................................................9-6
WiFi Status ...................................................................................................................9-10
Backup Radio Settings .................................................................................................9-12
Restore Radio Settings...........................................................................................9-12
Chapter 10 - EZMenu
Overview.......................................................................................................................10-1
Running Easy Menu ...............................................................................................10-1
Default EZMenu Configuration Files.......................................................................10-1
Sample Menu Configuration Files...........................................................................10-1
Modifying Menu Configuration Files .............................................................................10-2
Creating Menu Configuration Files .........................................................................10-2
Menu Configuration File Sections.................................................................................10-3
Settings Section......................................................................................................10-3
MenuEntries Subsections .......................................................................................10-4
Start Options...........................................................................................................10-6
Locking Down the Application Window.......................................................................10-10
Booting the Terminal to the Application Window ..................................................10-10
Chapter 11 - SetRAM
Accessing SetRAM.......................................................................................................11-2
RAM Memory Allocation in DeviceConfig.....................................................................11-2
SetRAM Window ..........................................................................................................11-2
RAM Memory Restrictions............................................................................................11-3
Chapter 12 - Print Power Tools
Print Demo....................................................................................................................12-1
BTPrint..........................................................................................................................12-2
IrDAPrintCE ..................................................................................................................12-2
Chapter 13 - Customer Support
Technical Assistance....................................................................................................13-1
Online Technical Assistance...................................................................................13-1
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Accessing and Upgrading Power Tools
Dolphin Power Tools Overview
Note: Screen captures/icons in this user’s guide may differ from what appears on your device.
Dolphin Power Tools are installed in every Dolphin terminal. Different versions of Power Tools apply to
different Dolphin terminals depending on their model or operating system.
Power Tool
Windows Mobile 5/6/
6.1/6.5
Windows Mobile 2003
Second Edition
Windows CE 5.0
6.0: 7600 (GSM)
6.1: 9900
6.5: 9700
5.0: 7850/7900/9500
7900/9500
7600
AutoInstall
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Autorun
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Battery Analyzer
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(only on the 9700/9900)
BattMon
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DeviceConfig
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EZConfig Editor
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EZConfig Client
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EZMenu
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HotKeys
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Keyboard Status
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IPConfig
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Ping
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Route
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WiFi Status
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Backup Radio Settings
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Restore Radio Settings
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Network Utilities:
NoSIP
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RASMan
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Reboot
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RegBackup
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RegEdit
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RegRestore
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ScanWedge
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Power Tool
Windows Mobile 5/6/
6.1/6.5
Windows Mobile 2003
Second Edition
Windows CE 5.0
SetRAM
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Suspend
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SysInfo
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Software Requirements
Dolphin Terminals
Dolphin Power Tools are designed to work with Windows Mobile® 6
Desktop
The Power Tools installer and the workstation version of EZConfig Editor are designed to work with the
following operating systems:
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Microsoft® Windows® XP
Microsoft® Windows® 2000
Microsoft® Windows® NT
Microsoft® Windows® Vista
Microsoft® .NET Framework 2.0
Microsoft® ActiveSync® (version 4.5 or higher)
Power Tools Main Window
Tap Start > Power Tools and the Power Tools main window opens displaying the main Power Tools.
Icon
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Name
Description
Page
BattMon
Programs the LEDs on the top panel to monitor battery power.
6-2
EZConfig
Utilities
Opens a window that displays the EZConfig utilities on the
terminal.
• EZConfig Editor on the Terminal (see page 2-30)
• EZConfig Client (see page 2-34)
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Icon
Name
Description
Page
HotKeys
Activates button assignments in the Buttons setting.
6-5
Keyboard
Status
Puts an icon on the Navigation bar that indicates the alphanumeric status of the keyboard.
6-7
NoSIP
Turns off the Soft Input Panel (SIP) in every application window.
6-9
Network
Utilities
Opens a window that displays the Network utilities:
• IP Config (see page 9-2)
• Ping (see page 9-4)
• Route (see page 9-6)
• WiFi Status (see page 9-10)
• Backup Radio Settings (see page 9-12)
• Restore Radio Settings (see page 9-12)
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RASMan
Establishes a remote access service (RAS) connection.
6-10
Reboot
Performs a warm or cold boot from the touch screen, as
opposed to the keyboard commands.
6-13
RegBackup
Backs up the registry.
8-6
RegEdit
Allows you to edit the registry and import and export registry
keys.
8-1
RegRestore
Loads the RegBackup file.
8-6
ScanWedge
Enables the Dolphin terminal to interpret as keystrokes data
received via the decoder, serial port, or IrDA interface.
5-1
SetRAM
Allows you to re-set the memory allocation.
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Suspend
Manually puts the terminal into Suspend mode from the touch
screen, as opposed to the keyboard commands or time-out
settings.
6-14
SysInfo
Displays system information.
6-15
Exiting the Power Tools Main Window
• Scroll down and tap the Exit icon
• Tap File > Exit (ESC).
• Press ESC on the keyboard.
.
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View Options
The View menu changes the organization of the Power Tools main window and is located at the bottom
of the screen. A checkmark appears next to the selected view.
This menu enables you to choose between:
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Small Icon View
Large Icon View (Default view)
List View
Detail View (This view displays a description of the Power Tool in a column to the right of the name.)
Additional Dolphin Power Tools
These Power Tools are in the Dolphin terminal but do not appear on the Power Tools main window.
Name
Function
Storage Location
Access Location
Page
AutoInstall
Installs CAB files after a
hard reset.
\IPSM
\IPSM\AutoInstall
4-8
AutoRun
Programs which
applications launch at
startup.
\IPSM
\IPSM
4-1
BTPrint
Prints to a Bluetooth
device.
\Program
Files\Power Tools
\Program
Files\Power Tools
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DeviceConfig
Configures the terminal
\IPSM
\IPSM
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EZMenu
Programs custom
application windows.
\Program
Files\Power Tools
\IPSM
10-1
InstallerCE
Stores CAB files after they
install instead of deleting
them.
\Program
Files\Power Tools
You do not launch
InstallerCE.
4-1
IrDAPrintCE
Prints to an IrDA device.
\Program
Files\Power Tools
\Program
Files\Power Tools
12-2
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Upgrading Power Tools
Dolphin Power Tools come loaded in every Dolphin terminal and are included in system upgrades.
Acquiring Upgrades
Upgrades are available from Customer Support (see page 13-1) or www.honeywell.com/aidc.
Installing an Upgrade to the Workstation
Power Tools upgrades come in the form of an upgrade executable that installs upgrade files to the
workstation. Transfer the appropriate upgrade files to the Dolphin terminal.
Requirements: An active Microsoft ActiveSync connection between a host workstation and the Dolphin terminal.
1.
Download the new Honeywell Power Tools and Demos for WM 6.0 Setup.exe to the Program
Files folder on the workstation.
2.
Click the Honeywell Power Tools and Demos for WM 6.0 Setup.exe to install.
3.
Click Next. If you accept the terms of the license agreement, select I accept the terms…
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4.
Click Next.
5.
Accept or change the installation location then click Next.
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6.
Click Install and the programs begin installing.
7.
The following screen appears when the programs have finished installing:
8.
Click Finish.
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Folder on the Workstation
After installation on the workstation is complete, the upgrade files are stored on the workstation at
C:\Program Files\Honeywell\Power Tools and Demos for WM 6.0.
Note: If a Honeywell folder does not already exist in the Program Files folder, the installation creates one.
Device Image
A ghost image of the IPSM upgrade. The contents of this folder should replace the contents
of the \IPSM folder on the Dolphin terminal.
Docs
User guides for Demos and Power Tools (including this guide).
EZConfig EXM Files
Sample EXM files. These files contain the default configuration settings for Dolphin
terminals with Windows Mobile 6.
Installing an Upgrade on the Terminal
1.
Using the appropriate Dolphin communication peripheral for your series, connect the Dolphin terminal to the workstation and ensure that the ActiveSync connection is running.
2.
On the workstation, open Windows Explorer and navigate to the \IPSM folder on the Dolphin
terminal.
3.
Back up the terminal’s \IPSM folder by copying and pasting its contents to the workstation.
4.
Then, on the terminal, delete the entire contents of the \IPSM folder.
5.
On the workstation, navigate to the C:\Program Files\Honeywell\Power Tools and
Demos for WM 6.0\Device Image.
6.
Copy all items (including the AutoInstall folder).
7.
Navigate to the \IPSM folder on the Dolphin terminal and paste.
8.
Copy and paste all custom CABs (radio drivers, applications, programs, etc.) to the \IPSM folder.
a. If you have custom EXM files with settings you want to keep and you want to have the upgrades in the new
EXM files, merge those EXM files with the new EXM files instead of replacing them.
b. Then, paste the merged EXM files to the Dolphin terminal.
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9.
When all the files are pasted, cold boot the terminal.
10. The Power Tools upgrade installs during startup.
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EZConfig
Overview
EZConfig is a suite of products that configures Dolphin terminals quickly and efficiently. With the tools in
the EZConfig suite, you can package data on the workstation, then deploy and unpackage that data on
the Dolphin terminal.
Components
There are two main components to EZConfig: EZConfig Editor and EZConfig Client.
EZConfig Editor
Edits and creates configuration and registry documents in the EXM file format for Dolphin terminals. There
are two versions of EZConfig Editor: one for the terminal and one for the workstation.
For details about the workstation editor, see EZConfig Editor on page 2-2.
For details about the terminal editor, see EZConfig Editor on the Terminal on page 2-30.
Capabilities
Both editors:
• Create and modify EXM files–Working with Open EXM Files (see page 2-7)
• Convert INI files to EXM files–Converting Known INI and MNU Files (see page 2-28)
In addition, EZConfig Editor on the workstation
• Generates bar codes from EXM files–Creating Bar Codes (see page 2-21)
EZConfig Client
Decodes the bar codes generated by EZConfig Editor on the workstation. For details, see EZConfig Client
on page 2-34.
Upgrades
EZConfig Editor on the workstation must be installed on the workstation separately from the Power Tools
upgrade. Obtain the Honeywell EZConfig Editor Setup rXX.exe from Customer Support (see page 131) or www.honeywellaidc.com and install it on your workstation.
All components on the terminal–the EZConfig Editor and the EZConfig Client–are installed during Power
Tools and Demos upgrades. For more information, see Upgrading Power Tools on page 1-5.
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EZConfig Editor
EZConfig Editor creates, edits, and manages EXM files for Dolphin terminals. There is an EZConfig Editor
on the workstation and an EZConfig Editor on the terminal. In the workstation editor, EXM files are edited,
saved, then transferred to the terminal. In the terminal editor, EXM files are edited and saved right on the
terminal; see EZConfig Editor on the Terminal (page 2-30).
EXM Files
The EXM file format is an XML format customized for Dolphin terminals that are comprised of sections
that sometimes contain child sections and keys. Keys contain the values that configure the terminal.
The EXM file format supports a multi-level, hierarchical, tree structure. The terminal reads the highest
level section first and then reads the key values in each section.
EXM files replace INI files for Power Tools and terminal configuration settings. If both an INI file and an
EXM file are present for the same application, the terminal defaults to the EXM file and a warning
message appears at startup. Remove the INI file from the terminal to avoid this warning message.
Types of Configuration Files
There are two types of configuration files in the EXM file format:
Configuration Documents Program and configure the terminal; see Opening EXM Files on page 2-6.
Registry Documents
Update and modify the registry; see Registry Documents on page 2-17.
Installing EZConfig on the Workstation
EZConfig Editor on the terminal installs automatically as part of the Power Tools CAB file.
You must install EZConfig Editor on the workstation separately.
1.
Obtain the Honeywell EZConfig Editor Setup.exe and save it to the workstation.
2.
Double-tap this EXE and follow the installation guide.
3.
When installation is complete, a C:\Program Files\Honeywell\EZConfig Editor folder is
created and an EZConfig icon appears on the Desktop
.
Sample EXM Files
After you install the new build on the workstation, default EXM files are stored in the C:\Program
Files\Honeywell\Power Tools and Demos for WM 6.0\EZConfig EXM Files folder.
2-2
Use these files as templates to create new EXM files.
Opening EZConfig Editor on the Workstation
After you complete installation, EZConfig Editor is available on the workstation from the Start menu.
Click Start > Programs > Honeywell > EZConfig Editor > EZConfig Editor.
Menu
Toolbar
Menu and Toolbar Options
The menu and toolbar at the top of the window contains many options.
File Menu
Menu Item
New
Open
Open from Device
Description
Creates a new document. There are two options:
• Configuration Document - Creates a configuration file;
Creating New Configuration Documents (page 2-15).
• Registry Document - Creates a registry file in the EXM file format;
Registry Documents (page 2-17).
Opens an EXM file located on the workstation.
Opens an EXM file located on the terminal. The location of the file appears in the title bar
with the word “[Remote]” to identify that the open file is located on the terminal.
Note: Requires an ActiveSync connection between the workstation and the terminal.
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File Menu
Menu Item
Description
Save
Saves the open file to the location you select on the workstation.
This option is disabled for new and imported files; use Save As instead.
Save As
Saves the open file with a new name to the location you select on the workstation.
Save to Device As
Saves an open file to the terminal; see Saving to the Device on page 2-14.
Note: Requires an ActiveSync connection between the workstation and the terminal.
Properties
Create EZConfig
Bar Code
Exit
Associates the EXM file with an application on the terminal; see Associating Applications
on page 2-16.
Embeds the open EXM file in an Aztec bar code; see Generating Bar Codes on page 222.
Closes EZConfig Editor.
Edit Menu
For Section Edit menu options, see Working with Sections on page 2-7.
For Key Edit menu options, see Working with Keys on page 2-12.
View Menu
Menu Item
Description
Displays an icon over locked sections. For example,
View Locks
The key icon means that the
section’s keys are locked.
The lock icon means the section’s
subsections are locked.
Information about locks on subsections and keys also appears in the Status Bar (see
page 2-7).
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Tools Menu
Menu Item
Description
Simplify Document
Note: You cannot
undo this
action!
Simplifies the EXM file, which makes it smaller. Simplifying permanently removes
• Disabled sections and keys
• Descriptions
• Bar code settings
When you create a bar code, you can simplify the file embedded in the bar code without
affecting the open EXM file. This reduces the size of the bar code package yet keeps
the disabled sections, descriptions, and bar code settings in the open EXM file for
future reference.
See Simplified (page 2-23) on the Advanced Tab (see page 2-24).
Because the following menu items execute commands on the terminal, there must be an ActiveSync connection
between the workstation and the terminal.
Launch Associated
Application
If the open EXM file is associated with an application on the terminal, this item is active
and launches the associated application on the terminal.
Note: You would use this option after saving the EXM file to the terminal; see Save to
Device As on page 2-4.
*Warm Boot
Warm boots the terminal.
*Cold Boot
Cold boots the terminal.
*Some settings affect the boot process and these menu items can help you run a test without switching to the
terminal.
Upgrade Remote
INI Files
Launches the tool that converts existing INI files stored on a device to the EXM file
format. For more details, see Converting Known INI and MNU Files on page 2-28.
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Opening EXM Files
EZConfig Editor opens EXM files stored on the workstation or the terminal (if an ActiveSync connection
is established).
Opening EXM Files on the Workstation
Click File > Open or the Open toolbar button
and select the EXM file.
When you select a known MNU or INI file, EZConfig Editor prompts you to convert the file. When you
select Yes, EZConfig Editor imports the file and converts it to the EXM file format. Then, you can click
File > Save As to save the file with the EXM extension.
You cannot save known INI or MNU files in their original format. For a list of known files, see Known INI
and MNU Files on page 2-28.
The preferred conversion method is to use the batch conversion tool and then make your edits to the new
EXM files. For details, see Converting Known INI and MNU Files on page 2-28.
Opening Remote EXM Files
The workstation and the terminal must be connected via ActiveSync!
EZConfig Editor can open EXM files located on the terminal so that you can make edits to the terminal’s
configuration real-time.
When the terminal and workstation are connected by ActiveSync, click File > Open From Device and the
remote open window opens.
To open, double-tap on a file or select it and click OK.
Note: You can also open EXM files in the editor on the terminal; see EZConfig Editor on the Terminal (page 2-30).
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Working with Open EXM Files
Whether you open an EXM or INI file, EZConfig Editor displays the content in four different sections of
the window.
Displays the file name.
If the file is on the
terminal, the title bar
displays the remote
path.
Displays the root node
and sections.
Select a section and the
details appear in the
other portions of the
window.
The folders appear in
different colors to
indicate their status.
Displays the keys in the
selected section.
Text that appears in blue
can be edited.
Displays the section
name and description.
Displays the selected
key’s name and
description.
Status Bar
Status Bar
The Status Bar appears at the bottom of the window and displays information about selected sections and
keys.
Selected Section
Section Name Merge Mode
Locks on subsections and keys
See Section Locks on page 2-10.
Selected Key
Key Name
Enabled or Read Only Encrypted
Disabled
Key locked by
section
See Key Types on page 2-14.
Working with Sections
The EXM file format supports a multi-level tree structure. The section tree appears in the top left quadrant
of the window. The root node identifies the EXM file and “Root” appears in the description.
Sections have a Name and Description and contain keys that appear in the upper right quadrant when
you select the section name. Select a section by clicking on it. You can select only one section at a time.
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Edit Menu Options
Select a section click Edit to see the available options.
Menu Item
Description
Rename
Activates the section name so that you can rename the section.
Note: You cannot modify the name if the section is locked; see Section Locks (page 2-10).
Cut
Cuts a selected section.
Copy
Copies a selected section.
Paste
Pastes the section that was just cut or copied at the same level as the selected section.
Paste as Child
Pastes the section that was just cut or copied as a child of the selected section.
Note: You can cut, copy and paste sections within an EXM file or across EXM files.
Delete
Deletes a selected section.
Note: Because you cannot undo a delete, consider disabling rather than deleting.
Enable
Sections are enabled by default. This menu item enables sections that were previously
disabled. You can enable a section only if its parent section is enabled.
To enable all the keys inside a section you are enabling, SHIFT + right-click and select
Enable All.
Disable All
Sections are enabled by default. This menu item disables sections and all of its keys.
Disabled sections remain in the file with a gray folder .
If you disable a section that has child sections, all of its child sections (and the child section
keys) are disabled automatically. The child section folders are also in gray.
When reading the EXM file, the terminal behaves as though disabled sections are not there
and moves on to read the next enabled section.
Disabled sections can be removed from the EXM file permanently using the Simplify
Document (see page 2-5) option. If you want to keep disabled sections in the EXM file on
the workstation but not in the file deployed to the terminal, use the Simplified option (see
page 2-23) when creating the bar code.
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Menu Item
Description
Insert Section
This menu item inserts a new section. You can also press the Insert key (INS).
Append Child
Section
This menu item adds a new child section to a selected section. The new child section is
inserted below the previous section.
Modifying Section Names
To change a section name, double-click on the folder and type in the new name or select Rename on the
Edit menu. Type in the new name and press ENTER.
Note: You cannot modify the name if the section is locked or disabled; see Section Locks (page 2-10).
Modifying Section Descriptions
Descriptions are not required to process key values but do help document the EXM file and often contain
valuable information. If you want to modify a section description, select the section, click inside the section
description, and begin typing. You cannot modify descriptions of locked sections.
Moving Sections
To move sections within an EXM file, use the drag and drop method. By default, sections are dropped at
the same level in the tree.
For additional functionality when dragging and dropping, press and hold:
• ALT to drop a section as a child section.
• CTRL to copy a section and drop the copy at the same level in the tree.
• CTRL + ALT to copy a section and drop the copy as a child section.
Note: You can select only one section at a time; you cannot use SHIFT+Click or CTRL+Click to select more than
one section.
To move sections between EXM files, open two instances of EZConfig Editor and drag and drop sections
between them. When dragging, a copy of the section is dragged to the new file. When dropping, drop the
section directly on top of the section you want it to be a child section of.
Note: To drop the first section into a new file, press and hold the ALT key and drop the section on the root node. (All
sections must be child sections of the root node.)
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Section Locks
There are different types of locks on sections. The status bar indicates what type of lock is applied to a
selected section.
Lock Type
Status Bar
Indicator
Description
Effect
Name Lock
The section name is
locked.
• Section Name and Description cannot be
modified.
Key Lock
All keys are locked.
• Key Names and Descriptions cannot be
modified.
• Keys cannot be added, moved, or deleted
within the section.
Subsection
Lock
All immediate subsections
are locked.
• Immediate subsection Names and
Descriptions cannot be modified.
• Immediate subsections cannot be added,
moved, or deleted.
Note: All locks are applied to each individual section and are not recursive. Only text that appears in blue can be
modified.
Section-Level Merge Modes
EXM files ship with section-level merge modes already defined according to section content. Merge
modes determine how section information is handled when an updated EXM file is deployed to the
terminal where an existing version of that EXM file is stored.
Merge modes are indicated by folder icons and in the Status bar.
Mode
Description
Merge Effect
Delete + Add
Deletes non-common children elements (i.e., subsections, and keys) in
the target file, then adds the new information from the bar code.
Basically, the new section replaces the old section.
This is the default merge mode for new sections.
Exclusive
Disable +
Add
Disables non-common children elements (i.e., subsections, and keys) in
the target file, then adds the new information from the bar code.
Note: Disabled sections and keys removed from the simplified bar code
end up as disabled in the target file.
Add Only
Adds new information (sections and keys) to the existing section. If this
is a brand new section, the new section is added to the existing EXM
file.
Note: Disabled sections removed from the simplified bar code are not
modified in the target file.
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Inclusive
To change section-level merge modes, select a section and right click.
The folder colors change immediately after selection.
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Working with Keys
Keys have a Name, a Description, and a Value and reside inside sections. For specific key values, consult
the chapters of this user’s guide that describe the EXM file you’re attempting to edit.
Edit Menu Options
Select a key and right-click or click Edit to see the available options.
The same options
appear on both
menus.
Menu Item
Description
Rename
Activates the key name so that you can rename the key. Rename is disabled if the key
is locked or disabled; see Key Types (page 2-14).
Cut
Cuts a selected key.
Copy
Copies a selected key.
Paste
Disabled; keys can be pasted only as children of a section.
Paste as Child
Pastes the key just cut or copied in the selected section. Keys are not multi-level; all
keys paste at the same level within a section.
You can cut, copy and paste keys within an EXM file or across EXM files.
Delete
Deletes a selected key.
You cannot undo a delete; you might want to consider disabling rather than deleting.
Enable
Enables keys that were disabled. When a key is enabled, the client application can
read and apply its value. When you enable a key, make sure to specify a value for that
key; do not leave it blank.
To enable a key, its parent section must be enabled.
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Menu Item
Description
Disable
Disables keys.
Disabled keys have key values in black. Enabled keys have key values in blue.
The terminal does not read disabled keys and disabled keys are removed if the file is
simplified; see Simplify Document (page 2-5).
Because many key values are 1 for enable and 0 for disable, remember that disabling a
key means that the terminal behaves as if the key is not there when reading the file,
NOT that the key’s value is set to disabled. The terminal simply moves on to read the
next enabled key.
Insert New Key
This menu item inserts a new key above the selected key.
Note: You can also press the Insert key (INS).
Modifying Key Names
To modify key names, double-click on the key name or select Rename on the Edit menu. Type in the new
name and press ENTER or TAB.
Note: You cannot modify the description if the key is locked; see Key Types (page 2-14). Only text that appears in
blue can be modified.
Modifying Key Values
You can modify a key value only if its text appears in blue. In that case, double-click on the value or select
the key and press ENTER. Type in the new value and press ENTER or TAB to save.
Modifying Key Descriptions
Descriptions are not required to process key values but do help document the EXM file and often contain
valuable information. To modify a key’s description, click on the key, then click in the key description area.
When the cursor is active, you can type in the text.
Note: You cannot modify the description if the key is locked; see Key Types (page 2-14).
Moving Keys
To move keys within an EXM file, use the drag and drop method. Press and hold the CTRL key to drag
and drop a copy of the key to the new location.
Note: You cannot move a key if it is locked by its section.
To move keys between EXM files, open two instances of EZConfig Editor and drag and drop keys
between them. When you select the key and drag, a copy of the key is dragged to the new file. In the new
file, drop the key in the key area of a selected section; keys are always dropped at the same level within
a section.
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Key Types
When a key is selected, its properties display in the Status bar.
Lock Type
Status Bar
Indicator
Description
Effect
Keys are locked by the
section.
• Name and Description cannot be
modified.
• Keys cannot be added, moved, or
deleted within the section.
The key name is locked
individually.
• Name and Description cannot be
modified.
• These keys can be moved.
Read Only
Read-only keys cannot be
modified in any way. They
appear in red.
• Name, Description, and Value cannot be
modified.
• Keys cannot be added, moved, or
deleted within the section.
Encrypted
Key’s value appears as
asterisks (*) for added
security.
Note: Encrypted keys are also stored
encrypted in the EXM file. If you open
the EXM file in a text editor, you won't
see the data as clear text.
Name Lock
Note: Locked and Read Only properties are not recursive. Properties are applied to each individual key. Only text
that appears in blue can be modified.
Saving to the Device
You can save EXM files directly to the terminal when there is an ActiveSync connection between the
terminal and the workstation. Select File > Save to the Device As and the Save Remote File window
opens.
Select the location on the terminal where you want to store the file and click OK. The file is downloaded
directly to the terminal via ActiveSync.
Note: EXM files for Power Tools must be stored in the \IPSM folder.
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Creating New Configuration Documents
To create new EXM files that are configuration documents, you can open an existing EXM file and save
it with a new name or create an EXM file from scratch.
1.
Click File > New > Configuration Document. The root node is created and appears as the top level
section. All sections must be at least one level down from the root node. The name of the root node
is always the same as the filename.
The terminal reads
root node first.
The Description
says “Root” to
indicate that this is
the root section.
Note: You can also create registry documents in the EXM file format. For details, see Registry Documents on page
2-17.
2.
To create the first subsection, select the root node, right-click, and select Append Child Section.
Insert Section is disabled because you cannot insert sections at the same level as the root node.
3.
Enter a Name and a Description and click OK.
The name is required, the description is optional.
4.
To add a new section at the same level, right-click and select Insert Section.
To add a new section one level down, right-click and select Append Child Section.
5.
To add keys, select a section, right-click in the key value section, and select Append Key.
6.
Enter the Name, Value, and Description and click OK.
The name is required, the description is optional.
7.
Continue adding sections and keys.
8.
If necessary, associate this EXM file with an application; see Associating Applications (page 2-16).
9.
Click File > Save As to save the file.
Save is disabled so that you save the document with a name other than “NewDocument.exm.”
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Associating Applications
The Properties function associates an EXM file with an application on the terminal. The associated
application launches after EZConfig Client decodes the bar code containing the EXM file.
For more information, see Creating Bar Codes on page 2-21.
While the EXM file is open, click File > Properties or the Document Properties toolbar button
.
Field
Description
Path
Enter the location of the EXE on the terminal.
Arguments
Enter the command line argument you want applied when the application launches.
When an application is entered in the Path field, the following command line appears as
the argument: /exm %filename.
Enter additional command line arguments (see Command Line Arguments on page 237) next to /exm %filename in this field.
“%filename” means that the value immediately after the “%” is variable and the file name
will be replaced with the remote path entered on the Bar Codes tab; for more information,
see Remote Path on page 2-23.
Execute
Tells EZConfig Client to launch the application after decoding the bar code. Execute
selects automatically when an application is entered in the Path field.
You cannot de-select Execute for configuration documents.
You can de-select Execute for registry documents; however, EZConfig Client cannot
update the registry unless Execute is selected. For more information, see Default
Application Association (page 2-17).
Wait Until
Finished
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Tells EZConfig Client to wait until the associated application is finished processing before
finalizing.
Registry Documents
EZConfig Editor creates registry documents in the EXM file format and also opens existing REG files and
converts them to the EXM file format. EZConfig Editor cannot save registry documents in the REG file
format.
Updating the Registry on the Terminal
To update the terminal’s registry, you must
• Create an EXM file that is a registry document–Creating Registry Documents (page 2-18),
• Create a bar code package from that EXM file–Creating Bar Codes (page 2-21), and
• Scan the bar code with the terminal
By default, EZConfig Client on the terminal updates the Windows registry immediately after decoding the
bar code.
Default Application Association
By default, registry documents are associated with EZConfig Client. While a registry document is open,
click File > Properties.
Execute must remain selected for EZConfig Client to update the registry after decoding the bar code. If
Execute is not selected, the registry document is deployed after decoding but the registry is not updated.
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Creating Registry Documents
1.
In EZConfig Editor, click File > New > Registry Document.
The new document contains the three top-level sections in a registry. These sections are locked and
cannot be changed. You can add subsections to each section and then add keys to those
subsections.
2. Click File > Save As.
3.
Choose the name and location and click Save.
You cannot save the document as a .reg file; you must save it as an EXM file.
4.
To add sections, select one of the registry levels, right-click, and select Append Child Section.
Enter the section information, and click OK.
5.
For more information about adding sections, see Working with Sections on page 2-7.
To add keys to the new section, select the section, and right-click in the key value area.
For details, see Adding Registry Keys on page 2-19.
6.
Continue adding sections and keys.
7.
Save the file.
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Adding Registry Keys
To add a key, select a section, and right-click in the key area of the EZConfig Editor window.
Field
Description
Name
Enter the key’s name.
Registry Value Type
Select the registry type from the drop down list. This value appears in the Type
column.
Value
Enter the key’s value.
Desc
Enter a description for the key; descriptions appear in the lower half of the EZConfig
Editor window when the key is selected.
When you click OK to save the key, the data appears in columns in the key area of the EZConfig Editor
window.
Processing Registry Documents on the Terminal
After EZConfig Client updates the registry, the EXM file itself is deployed to the location entered in the
Remote Path (page 2-23) field on the Bar Codes Tab (page 2-22).
Note: EXM files appear with an
icon on terminal windows.
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If you do not want to store the registry EXM file on the terminal after updating the registry, select the
Temporary (page 2-25) option on the Bar Codes Tab (page 2-22).
Persistent Registry Documents
If you want to update the registry during every cold boot, create a registry document in the EXM format,
save it to the terminal in the \IPSM\AutoInstall folder, and cold boot. The registry settings in the EXM
file will load during startup.
Note: Of course, if you want to save a registry file but not load it every startup, simply store the registry EXM file in
the \IPSM folder.
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Creating Bar Codes
EZConfig Editor embeds EXM files in bar codes. The EZConfig Client on the terminal decodes the bar
code and deploys the data. Using bar codes quickly and easily configures Dolphin terminals without an
IrDA, ActiveSync, or network connection to a workstation.
Document Types
EZConfig Editor produces two kinds of EXM files: configuration documents and registry documents. Both
can be embedded in bar codes and processed by EZConfig Client on the terminal.
Configuration Documents
EZConfig Client deploys the EXM file in the terminal. If an EXM file is associated with an
application, EZConfig Client deploys the data to that application for processing; see
Associating Applications on page 2-16.
Note: The DeviceConfig.exm file must be associated with DeviceConfig.exe to be processed
appropriately on the terminal.
Registry Documents
EZConfig Client updates the registry immediately without launching another application.
Bar Code Type
EZConfig Editor creates an Aztec bar code; for example,
.
Time and Date Stamp
EXM files are stamped with the time and date the moment EZConfig Editor creates the barcode.
Bar Code Size and Number
The amount of data in the EXM file determines how many bar codes are generated and the physical size
of each bar code. More data means more bar codes and larger bar codes.
EZConfig Editor offers four ways to control how many bar codes are produced and adjust the size of each
bar code:
1.
Set byte size limits on how much data each bar code can contain—see Max Barcode Size on page
2-24.
2.
Split the data across a specified number of bar codes—see # Bar codes to generate on page 2-23.
3.
Simplify the EXM file in the bar code—see Simplified on page 2-23.
4.
Scale the bar codes on the bar code sheet—see Bar Code Scaling Factor on page 2-26.
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Bar Code Sheet
EZConfig Editor produces a bar code sheet that contains the generated bar codes. Bar code sheets can
be printed from a laser printer, copied to the clipboard, and saved as an HTML file; see Printing and
Saving Options on page 2-26.
In addition, individual bar codes can be saved as TIF or PNG graphic files that can then be emailed and
printed; see Bar Codes Tab on page 2-22.
Generating Bar Codes
When creating a bar code, EZConfig Editor automatically encrypts and compresses the data in the EXM
file. To generate a bar code, click File > Create EZConfig Bar Code OR the Create Bar Code toolbar
button
while the EXM file is open. EZConfig Editor generates a bar code or codes. The Bar Codes tab
window opens displaying the details of the bar code package generated.
The Bar Codes and Advanced tabs offers several processing options.
Note: The number of bar codes produced depends on the amount of data present in the EXM file. The more data
present, the more bar codes generated. You must scan all bar codes to deploy the package!
Bar Codes Tab
The Bar Codes tab previews and customizes generated bar code(s).
Field/Option
Description
Display
Indicates which bar code is displayed in the preview area; the default is “1,” the first bar
code in the package. If more than one bar code was generated, you can use the up and
down arrows to scroll through the bar codes.
(___ bytes)
Displays the exact byte size of the bar code displayed in the preview area.
Total Package Size (page 2-26) is displayed at the bottom of the window.
Note: The sum of bar code size is typically larger than the package size.
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Field/Option
Description
Remote Path
Type in the location and filename where the EXM file should be deployed on the terminal.
For instance,
\ipsm\deviceconfig.exm
Tap the browse button
to navigate to the location on the terminal. Your ActiveSync
connection must be active.
Full Contents
Includes the full content of the EXM file in the bar code, without simplifying.
Simplified
Simplifies the EXM file in the bar code, which removes disabled sections, description
information, and bar code settings (if any), which decreases the size of the bar code. The
open EXM file is not simplified.
Simplified is selected by default.
The differences in total package size are displayed in the Package Size (page 2-26) field.
Individual bar code size can be seen in the Display (page 2-22) field.
# Bar codes to
generate
This is active only if the Always use minimum # bar codes (see page 2-24) is not
selected. When this slider is active, you can move the slider toward minimum or
maximum to change the number of bar codes generated. As you move the slider, you’ll
see the number of bar codes in the counter at the bottom of the window
and
you’ll notice the graphic of the bar code in the preview area change.
Copy to
Clipboard
Copies the bar code displayed in the preview area to the clipboard.
Use this option to paste the bar code into another application.
Save
Saves the bar code displayed in the preview area as a graphic file as a .png or .tiff.
By default, the name of the graphic file is the same as the name of the open EXM file.
You can enter a different name when saving.
Save All
Saves all bar codes in the package as individual graphic files.
By default, the graphic files are saved with the same name as the open EXM file with a
number at the end to distinguish the individual graphic files from each other.
Print
Opens the printing window where you can select print options and print the bar code
package. For details, see Printing and Saving Options on page 2-26.
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Advanced Tab
The Options tab contains settings that tell EZConfig Client how to process the EXM file on the terminal.
Field
Description
Bar Code Options–This section determines some of the basic bar code parameters.
Max Barcode
Size
Set the maximum amount of data (in bytes) one bar code can contain. The lower the
number of bytes, the smaller the bar code.
• On the Bar Codes tab, bar code size appears in the Display field (see page 2-22).
• The total number of bar codes the are created as a result of the max bar code size
limit appears at the bottom of the Advanced window; see Bar Codes (page 2-26).
Always use
minimum # bar
codes
This option is selected by default. It calibrates the data so that the minimum number of bar
codes are used. When this option is selected, the number of bar codes slider on the Bar
Codes tab is disabled.
Use custom
password
This option enables you to password-protect the bar code you’re creating.
Select this option, then enter the password in the field provided. You will be able to see the
password when you enter it; however, you will not be able to see the password again once
you close the window because the password will be encrypted.
If you password-protect the bar code, EZConfig Client on the terminal will prompt you to
enter that same password on decoding.
Full screen
progress dialog
This option runs the deployment progress dialog box on the terminal in full screen mode
so that the user cannot open another application while the bar codes are being deployed
on the terminal.
Warm boot after
finished
This option automatically launches a warm boot on the terminal after the bar code is
deployed. Use this options with EXM files that contain application information requiring a
warm boot to take effect, such as registry settings.
Deployment Options–These options determine how to deploy the EXM file on the terminal.
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Field
Description
Merge each
section…
Deploys information according to the section-level merge mode settings; see SectionLevel Merge Modes on page 2-10.
If already exists, deploy:
• Always–Select to always use the section-level merge mode settings.
• Only if newer–Select to use the section-level merge mode settings only if the sections
are newer than the existing file.
(Default
selection)
Temporary
Deploys the EXM file temporarily. The settings in the EXM file are applied, but the file does
not remain in the system after EZConfig Client is done.
If the terminal contains a previous EXM file with the same name, the previous EXM file is
preserved.
If already exists, deploy–This section determines how the EXM file will be deployed if there exists on
the terminal an EXM file of the same name in the same location.
Replace remote
file
Replaces the existing file; no section-level merge modes are applied.
If already exists, deploy:
• Always–Select to always replace the existing file.
• Only if newer–Select to replace the existing file only if the file in the bar code is newer
than the existing.
• Never—Do not deploy the new file; this preserves the existing file.
• Prompt—EZConfig Client asks the user if they want to overwrite the existing file during
deployment.
Persist Bar Code Settings
Stores the settings from the Options, Bar Codes, and Web Page tabs within the EXM file so that the same bar
code settings are applied the next time a bar code is created. This increases the size of both the EXM file and
the bar code(s).
If the Simplify option is selected, bar code setting information is not included in the bar code but remains in the
open EXM file.
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Information at the Bottom of Tab Windows
Field
Description
Package Size
Displays the total size of the bar code package. This number changes with
simplifying.
Compression On
Notifies you that compression and encryption are both on.
Compression and encryption are always on by default. EZConfig Editor uses 128-bit
encryption automatically.
Encryption On
Bar Codes
Displays the total number of bar codes generated. This number changes as you
move the slider on the Bar Codes tab.
Printing and Saving Options
On the Bar Codes tab, when you click Print, a bar code printing window opens offering you a number of
printing options.
Field/Option
Description
Preview Area
This is the largest section of the tab window and displays a preview of the bar code
sheet. Use the scroll bars to see all the bar codes.
Header
Type in a custom header for the page. “EZConfig Bar Code Sheet” is the default
header.
Footer
Type in a custom footer for the page. “Hand Held Products” is the default footer.
Bar Code Scaling
Factor
Adjusts the size of each bar code by scaling all of them up or down, which
determines how many bar codes can fit on each page. This does not change the
amount of data in each bar code, just the size of the bar code on the page.
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Field/Option
Description
Save
Saves the bar code sheet as an HTML file.
Preview
Click to see a print preview.
Click Print on this window to print your bar codes.
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Converting Known INI and MNU Files
EZConfig Editor contains a batch conversion tool that converts known INI files on the terminal to the new
EXM file format.
EZConfig Editor pulls INI files from the \IPSM folder of a remote device, converts them to the EXM file
format, and saves both original INI files and the converted EXM files in folders created on the workstation.
You don’t lose your original INI files in the conversion.
Note: You must have an ActiveSync connection between the workstation and the device to use this tool.
Known INI and MNU Files
• *Autorun.ini
• RASMan.ini
• Scanwedge.ini
• RFSettings.ini
• ImageDemo.ini
• ScanDemo.ini
• *Any EZMenu file (INI or MNU)
*These files must be converted using this tool to run properly on Dolphin terminals.
Converting Files
1.
In EZConfig Editor on the workstation, click Tools > Upgrade Remote INI Files. You receive a
warning message describing what is about to happen.
2.
Click Yes and EZConfig Editor retrieves remote INI files on the terminal and displays them in a list.
These are the INI
files found. Select
the files you would
like to convert.
SHIFT + click to
select more than
one file to convert.
This is the location
on the workstation
where the original
and converted file
will be stored.
3.
Click this Browse
button to select
another location.
Select the files and the location on the workstation for the files. The default location on the
workstation is:
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C:\Program Files\Honeywell\Power Tools and Demos for WM 6.0\Device
Image\Converted Files\Upgrade X.
The X increases by one each time you run a batch conversion.
4. When you click OK, the conversion runs.
5.
EZConfig Editor creates two folders inside the Upgrade X folder: Converted EXMs and Original
INIs.
Note: An Upgrade X folder with these two subfolders is created every time you run a conversion.
Upgrades do not save over each other.
6.
Check each converted EXM file in EZConfig Editor.
Note: Even though conversion is complete, you have not yet upgraded your terminal! The old INI files remain in their
original location on the terminal.
Upgrading Dolphin Terminals
Once you approve of the converted EXM files, you must transfer them to the Dolphin terminals manually.
1.
Delete the old INI files stored in the terminal.
2.
Follow the steps for installing an upgrade on a Dolphin terminal (see Installing an Upgrade on the
Terminal on page 1-8) but don’t cold boot yet.
Note: You want to install an upgrade to make sure that you have the latest versions of AutoInstall.exe,
Autorun.exe, and EZConfig Editor on the terminal.
3.
Transfer the new converted EXM files to the terminal and say yes when you are asked to replace the
existing files.
4.
Cold boot the terminal. The new, converted EXM files install during AutoInstall.
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EZConfig Editor on the Terminal
EZConfig Editor on the terminal edits and creates EXM files in the terminal and contains the same basic
functionality as the editor on the workstation.
Accessing EZConfig Editor
Tap Start > Power Tools > EZConfig Utilities
.
The EZConfig Utilities window provides access to both the EZConfig Editor and the EZConfig Client (see
page 2-34) as well as the EXM files on the terminal.
Opening EXM Files
• Tap directly on an EXM file to open it in EZConfig Editor.
• Tap the EZConfig Editor icon to open EZConfig Editor. (Then tap File > Open to open an EXM file.)
• In File Explorer, navigate to an EXM file and tap once on the file
to open it in EZConfig Editor.
Sections appear in the top half of
the window.
Disabled sections appear in gray.
Keys appear in the bottom half of the
window.
Enabled keys have a checkmark.
Disabled keys have a blank box.
The menus contain the same options as the
menus in EZConfig Editor on the workstation.
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Available Menus
The menus in the Command bar contain the same items as the menus in the EZConfig Editor on the
workstation.
File Menu
For details, see File Menu on page 2-3.
Note: The one difference in the file menus is that you cannot generate bar codes from
EXM files on the terminal.
Edit Menu
The Edit menu pops up when you tap and hold on a section or key.
For details, see Edit Menu on page 2-4.
View Menu
This menu enables you to view the locked icon over locked section folders.
Tools Menu
For details, see Tools Menu on page 2-5.
Editing Sections
Modifying Text
To edit a section name or description, you have three options:
1.
Select the section and tap Edit > Modify.
Select an item and press the ENTER key.
Tap and hold on the section name, then select Modify on the Edit menu that pops up.
2.
All three options open the Edit Section window.
3.
Tap inside the Name or Description fields and edit the text.
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4.
Tap OK to save changes. (You can also press the ENTER key.)
Tap Cancel to close the window without changes.
Moving Sections
You cannot drag and drop to move sections in the tree. Use the Cut, Copy, Paste, and Paste as Child
items on the Edit menu to move sections.
Note: The Paste function pastes sections at the same level they were cut by default.
Editing Keys
Modifying Text
To edit a key’s name, value, or description, you have three options:
1.
Select the key and tap Edit > Modify,
Select the key and press the ENTER key, OR
Tap and hold on the key’s name, then select Modify on the Edit menu that pops up.
All three edit options open the Edit Key window.
2.
Tap inside the Name, Value or Description fields and edit the text.
3.
Tap OK to save changes. (You can also press the ENTER key.)
Tap Cancel to close the window without changes.
Moving Keys
You cannot drag and drop to move keys. Use the Cut, Copy, and Paste as Child items on the Edit menu
to move keys.
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Launching Associated Applications
The Tools menu contains an item named Launch Associated App.
Launch Associated App is enabled only when there is an application associated with the EXM file.
Selecting this item automatically saves the open EXM file and launches the associated application while
the EXM file remains open.
To see the associated application, tap File > Properties.
The Path field contains the launch location of the application.
The Args field contains any command line arguments to execute when the application launches.
For more information about associating applications, see Associating Applications on page 2-16.
Example 1: You’ve saved changes to an open DeviceConfig.exm file.
To apply those changes immediately, tap Tools > Launch Associated App. Because the
DeviceConfig.exm file is associated with DeviceConfig.exe by default, DeviceConfig launches and
applies the settings in the DeviceConfig.exm file.
Example 2: You’ve saved changes to an open registry document.
Because registry documents are always associated with EZConfig Client, tapping Tools > Launch
Associated App updates the registry. EZConfig Client always updates the registry when launched
from an EXM file that is a registry document.
Example 3: You’ve saved changes to an open ScanWedge.exm file.
And that ScanWedge.exm file has the following parameters as the associated application:
Path:
\program files\power tools\scanwedge.exe
Args:
/restart
Tapping Tools > Launch Associated App refreshes ScanWedge with the new settings.
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EZConfig Client
EZConfig Client decodes bar codes created in EZConfig Editor and deploys the data in the terminal. In
addition, if the EXM file in the bar code is associated with an application, EZConfig Client launches that
application, which then processes the decoded data.
EZConfig Client decodes bar codes with 40-bit and 128-bit encryption.
Storage Location
The EZConfig Client executable is stored in the \IPSM folder.
For upgrades, EZConfig Client is located in the IPSM image installed on the workstation. This EXE must
be copied and pasted into the \IPSM folder on the terminal. For more information, see Installing an
Upgrade on the Terminal on page 1-8.
Using EZConfig Client
1.
On the Dolphin terminal, tap Start > Power Tools. The Power Tools Main Window (see page 1-2)
opens.
You can scan the first bar code from the Power Tools main window by pressing the SCAN key; see
page 2-36 for details.
EZConfig Client can also be launched with a HotKey from any window; see page 2-37 for details.
2.
Tap EZConfig Utilities
3.
Point the terminal at the first EZConfig Editor bar code, then press the SCAN key.
4.
EZConfig Client decodes the bar code.
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> EZConfig Editor
. The EZConfig Client window opens.
If there is only one bar code in the package, EZConfig Client deploys the package.
If there is more than one bar code in the package, EZConfig Client decodes the bar code, records
that one bar code has been read, and waits for the next scan.
5.
Scan all the bar codes in the package. Bar codes can be scanned in any order.
6.
When all bar codes in the package have been scanned, the EZConfig client deploys the data.
Note: If the EXM file is programmed to launch an application such as ScanWedge, a window pops up informing you
of initialization.
EXM File Processing
After decoding, EZConfig Client saves EXM files to the location in the terminal selected in the Remote
Path (page 2-23) field on the Bar Codes Tab (page 2-22). (If the Temporary, page 2-25, option is selected
in the bar code, EZConfig Client does not save the EXM file.)
There are two types of EXM files: configuration documents and registry documents. EZConfig Client
processes each type of file differently.
Configuration Documents
If the EXM file was associated with an application, EZConfig Client launches and deploys the
data to that application for processing.
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Note: DeviceConfig.exm must be associated with DeviceConfig.exe to be processed on the terminal
appropriately. After decoding the bar code, EZConfig Client deploys the data to
DeviceConfig.exe, which applies the settings to the terminal.
Registry Documents
Registry documents are always associated with EZConfig Client. The Execute option
(Execute, page 2-16) determines whether the registry is updated or not. If Execute is selected,
EZConfig Client updates the registry immediately after decoding the bar code.
Multiple Bar Codes
Some EXM files generate more than one bar code. If multiple bar codes were generated, EZConfig Client
recognizes that there is more than one bar code in the package and tracks each bar code scanned and
decoded. Bar codes can be scanned in any order, but EZConfig Client does not deploy the data until all
the bar codes in the package have been scanned.
EZConfig Client Window
Field
Description
Package ID
This is the ID of the entire package.
EZConfig Editor assigns an ID to bar code packages when creating the bar code.
Status
This field displays the decode status of the bar codes scanned so far.
If there is more than one bar code in the package, this field acts as a decode
counter.
The Status field displays:
• How many bar codes have been scanned and
• How many bar codes are in the package
Read # box
This box displays the list of bar codes scanned and decoded.
Accept Unsecure
This option allows EZConfig Client to scan bar codes that are not encrypted.
Note: By default, all bar codes created in EZConfig Editor are encrypted.
Scanning Bar Codes Directly from the Power Tools Main Window
When the Power Tools or Demos main windows are open, press the SCAN key and:
• If there is only one bar code in the package, EZConfig Client decodes and deploys the bar code without
opening the EZConfig Client window.
• If there are multiple bar codes in the package, EZConfig Client decodes the first bar code and opens
the EZConfig Client window showing that one bar code in the package has been scanned.
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Launching EZConfig Client with a HotKey
Pressing ALT + SCAN launches EZConfig Client from any application window after you activate the
HotKeys Power Tool; see HotKeys on page 6-5.
ScanWedge
Bar code decoding in EZConfig Client is compatible with ScanWedge. You can set ScanWedge to pass
bar code information to EZConfig Client for further processing.
For details, see Accept EZConfig on page 5-4.
Command Line Arguments
/%filename
/q
/s
/o
/e
/u
Executes the EXM file; this is the default entry.
Quiet mode
Full screen
No menu
Exit if first scan fails to deliver a valid bar code
Accept (decode) unsecure bar codes
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DeviceConfig
Overview
DeviceConfig consists of the DeviceConfig.exe and the DeviceConfig.exm file located in the \IPSM
folder. DeviceConfig.exe looks for and applies the settings in the DeviceConfig.exm file.
DeviceConfig.exm File
The DeviceConfig.exm file contains terminal configuration settings. Because this file is stored in the
\IPSM folder, its configuration settings persist through cold boots and should be considered system
defaults.
Enabling DeviceConfig Functionality
By default, all sections except the About Section (see page 3-9) are disabled, which means that the key
values are not applied to the terminal. To use the DeviceConfig.exm file to configure the terminal, enable
the sections and keys required by your configuration in EZConfig Editor (page 2-2) on the workstation or
EZConfig Editor on the Terminal (page 2-30).
Autorun
Autorun (see page 4-1) launches DeviceConfig.exe, which applies the DeviceConfig.exm settings, then
launches a cold boot followed by a warm boot.
Bar Code Delivery
When the DeviceConfig.exm file is delivered to the terminal via bar code, EZConfig Client launches
DeviceConfig.exe automatically after decoding. DeviceConfig.exe then applies the settings in
theDeviceConfig.exm file in the terminal. For more information, see Creating Bar Codes (page 2-21) and
EZConfig Client (page 2-34).
The DeviceConfig.exm file must be associated with DeviceConfig.exe for EZConfig Client to launch
DeviceConfig.exe after decoding the bar code. In EZConfig Editor, the associated application path must
be
\IPSM\deviceconfig.exe
For more information, see Associating Applications, page 2-16.
Settings in the WLAN Supplicant
Many settings in the DeviceConfig.exm file match the settings in the WLAN Supplicant on the terminal
that allow the user to enter and save the same values. If a user changes a setting in the WLAN Supplicant,
that setting is applied but stored in RAM memory and erased during the next cold boot. During the next
cold boot, Autorun launches DeviceConfig, which then re-applies the settings in the DeviceConfig.exm
file.
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DeviceConfig.exm Sections and Keys
The sections and keys in the DeviceConfig.exm file are locked, which means that you can change values
but not names or descriptions.
Section Name
Description
See Page
Connections
Configures communication parameters. There are child sections
that configure the IrDA port, the on-board radios, and the
ActiveSync connection.
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System
Configures basic system settings.
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Applications
Configures software applications.
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Connections Section
The Connections section contains child sections that set communication parameters on the terminal.
Beam Section
The Beam section enables and disables the IrDA port.
Radio Manager Section
In the Radio Manager, typically, you would enable the radio in the WiFi section, enable DHCP in the
TCPIP section, then configure the radio settings in the Security\Supplicant\ProfileX or
Security\NonSupplicant section.
WiFi Section
The keys in the WiFi section control the settings of the WLAN radio.
Key
Description
Default
Value
Available Values
Enable
Enables and disables the WLAN radio.
1
0=Disabled
1=Enabled; if enabled, the GSM radio
section is disabled automatically
PowerMode
Specifies the power save mode.
1
1=Disable; radio is powered
constantly (power save mode is
not used)
2=Always Enable; power save mode
is used
3=Auto Enable; EPSParm key
defines radio vs. battery
performance
EPSParm
When PowerMode is set to 3 (Auto
Enable), this parameter specifies radio
vs. battery performance.
N/A
X=A value between 1 and 10, where:
1=Best Radio Performance
(Minimum)
10=Best Battery Life (Maximum)
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WiFi Section
The keys in the WiFi section control the settings of the WLAN radio.
Key
Description
Default
Value
Available Values
DriverName
Specifies the name of the radio driver.
This string must match the name of the
driver for the current device.
N/A
X=A value in the drop-down list; radio
driver names are terminal-specific.
Different Dolphins have different
radio drivers.
TCPIP Section
The keys in the TCPIP section determine how the radio handles IP addresses.
Key
Description
Default
Value
Available Values
DHCP
Enables and disables DHCP (Dynamic
Host Configuration Protocol).
1
0=Disabled; the static IP address in
the IPAddress key is used for the
radio interface.
1=Enabled; the IP address for the
radio interface is requested from a
DHCP server.
The remaining keys need to be set when DHCP is disabled. When DHCP is enabled, these numbers are
dynamically requested from a DHCP server.
IPAddress
Static IP address for the radio
interface.
N/A
Static IP address
SubnetMask
SubNet mask for the static IP address.
N/A
Subnet mask address
DefaultGateway
Default gateway for the static IP
address.
N/A
Gateway address
DNS
Domain name server for the static IP
address.
N/A
Domain name server address
Domain
Domain name for the terminal
N/A
Terminal’s domain name
WINS
Windows name server.
N/A
Windows name server address
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Security Section
The Security section has no keys and one child section named “Supplicant,” which contains several
profile subsections.
Supplicant Section
The Supplicant section consists of a number of child sections. The default child section is named Profile1
and contains all the keys necessary to create a configuration profile for the WLAN radio.
To create multiple radio configurations, copy the Profile1 section and paste it at the root level of the
Supplicant section. Then, rename that profile and configure the keys according the desired network
configuration. Each child section name is arbitrary, but each name must be different.
The Supplicant section contains one key named ActiveProfile. Type in the Value equal to name of one
of the desired profile child sections.
When DeviceConfig is activated on the terminal, the terminal will apply the settings in the profile specified
in the ActiveProfile key. If the ActiveProfile key does not have a matching profile, the radio will be enabled
by DeviceConfig but no specific radio configuration will be activated, which means that the radio will not
connect to your network.
Profile Subsections
Each Profile subsection contains the keys that configure the radio connection from the terminal to the
network.
Key
Description
Default
Value
Available Values
SSID
The service set identifier used to connect to
network; usually the network name of the
access point or peer station.
N/A
X=Your network’s SSID
Any=Connect to any network
Assoc. Mode
The general association mode (sometimes
called “authentication”) of the radio.
N/A
• None (no authentication or
encryption)
• WEP
• IEEE 802.1X
• WPA-Personal (PSK)
• WPA-Enterprise (EAP)
• WPA(2)-Personal (PSK)
• WPA(2)-Enterprise (EAP)
Encryption
The encryption mode available for the
association mode.
N/A
Open & Shared (WEP)
TKIP, AES-CCMP, TKIP &
CCMP (WPA)
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Profile Subsections
Each Profile subsection contains the keys that configure the radio connection from the terminal to the
network.
Key
Description
Default
Value
Available Values
EAP Method
Available EAP methods for IEEE 802.1X and
WPA(2)-Enterprise (EAP) association modes.
N/A
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
PSK
Enter the private share key for the WEP
association mode.
N/A
User-defined
Identity
This is the 802.1X identity supplied to the
authenticator. The identity value can be up to
63 ASCII characters and is case-sensitive.
N/A
User-defined
Password
This is the password used for MD5-Challenge
or EAP authentication. It may contain up to 63
ASCII characters and is case-sensitive.
Asterisks appear instead of characters for
enhanced security.
N/A
User-defined
Anonymous ID
Enter the anonymous ID. This ID creates a
tunnel through which the real ID (as entered in
the Identity field) can pass.
For additional security, make this ID different
than the one entered in the Identity field.
N/A
User-defined
Tunnel PAC
Machine PAC
For EAP-FAST, a one-time provisioning
exchange establishes a shared secret, called
a Protected Access Credential (PAC) Key.
That PAC Key is used for all subsequent
authentications.
N/A
Enter the address on the
Dolphin terminal of either PAC
(tunnel or machine).
Note: The PACs must be
located on the Dolphin
terminal!
Provisioning
Provisioning refers to service activation and
involves programming various network
databases with the customer's information.
N/A
•
•
•
•
CA and/or
Client
Certificate
CA certificates are any certificates created by
a certified authority (CA).
Client certificates contain information that
identifies the user, as well as information
about the organization that issued the
certificate. This ensures that you can encrypt
data end-to-end.
N/A
Enter the address on the
Dolphin terminal of either
certificate (CA or Client).
LEAP
PEAPv0-MSCHAPV2
PEAPv1-MSCHAPV2
PEAPv1-GTC
PEAPv1-TLS
FAST-MSCHAPV2
FAST-GTC
FAST-TLS
TLS
TTLS-MD5
TTLS-MSCHAPV2
TTLS-GTC
No Provisioning
Anonymous
Authenticated
Anonymous + Authenticated
The certificates must be
located on the Dolphin
terminal!
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Profile Subsections
Each Profile subsection contains the keys that configure the radio connection from the terminal to the
network.
Key
Description
Default
Value
Available Values
Private Key
Private keys are used with certain types of
EAP authentication.
N/A
Enter the address on the
Dolphin terminal of the private
key.
The private key must be
located on the Dolphin
terminal!
Priv Key
Password
Private keys can be locked by passwords.
N/A
Enter the password that
unlocks the private key.
WEP Key
Mode
Mode being used by the WEP keys (in Key1–
Key4 keys).
N/A
ASCII uses all alpha numeric
characters.
HEX uses only numerics and
A-F.
Key validation occurs when DeviceConfig is
loaded on the terminal (often during
AutoInstall), not when you save the
DeviceConfig.exm file.
Valid lengths are as follows:
• 64-bit ASCII=5
• 128-bit ASCII=13
• 64-bit HEX=10
• 128-bit HEX=26
WEP Key1–
Key4
In fields Key 1—Key 4, enter the specific key.
The format of each key must match the key
length type selected in the WEP Key Mode
key.
To use dynamic keys in your configuration,
leave all the key fields blank.
N/A
User-defined
Active Key
Enter the number of the key that you want to
be active in this configuration.
N/A
1, 2, 3, or 4
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Bluetooth Section
The keys in this section enable the Bluetooth radio and configure a Bluetooth printer as a Favorite.
If there is no Bluetooth radio installed in the terminal, disable this section.
Key
Description
Default
Value
Available Values
Enable
Enable and disable the Bluetooth radio.
This is the top level of the tree; printer
settings are in a child section.
1
0=Disable
1=Enable; the GSM radio is
disabled automatically
Default Printer
This is a child section that configures a Bluetooth printer as a Favorite Bluetooth Device. By
entering the necessary information from the Bluetooth printer in the DeviceConfig.exm file,
and then distributing that file to a group of terminals, you can bypass the manual process of
setting up a printer as a Bluetooth Favorite on each terminal.
Address
Bluetooth MAC Address of the printer; see
Obtaining the MAC Address on page 3-7.
N/A
MAC Address
COMPort
Number to assign to the virtual COM Port.
Note: It’s best to leave this value as 0.
0
Min=0
Max=9
DeviceName
Friendly name of the printer.
N/A
Printer name
Bluetooth Default Printer Values
In general, to establish a printer as a Bluetooth Favorite Device, you must establish the printer as a
Bluetooth Favorite on the terminal. The problem is that Bluetooth Favorite settings are stored in RAM
memory and therefore erased during each cold boot. The Default Printer section stores these settings
permanently in the DeviceConfig.exm file so the printer remains a Favorite after a hard reset.
Furthermore, you can distribute a DeviceConfig.exm file with the printer settings to multiple terminals.
After DeviceConfig.exe applies the settings in the DeviceConfig.exm file (launched manually or after a
hard reset), the printer is set up as a Favorite automatically, without any special configuration to each
terminal.
After you have established a printer as a Bluetooth Favorite Device on an individual terminal, obtain the
values for the Address and Service keys from the registry in RegEdit.
Obtaining the MAC Address
After you have set up the Bluetooth printer on the terminal, use RegEdit to find the printer values.
1.
Tap Start > Power Tools > RegEdit
.
2.
Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SOFTWARE > Microsoft > Bluetooth > Device > [MAC
Address] .
3.
Copy the name of the subsection; this is the MAC address of the printer.
4.
Enter this address in the Address key in the Bluetooth > DefaultPrinter section of the
DeviceConfig.exm file.
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GSM Section
If there is no GSM radio installed in the terminal, disable this section.
Key
Description
Default
Value
Available Value
Enable
Enables and disables the GSM radio.
0
0=Disable
1=Enable; when enabled, the
WLAN radio turns off
automatically.
APN
Enter the Access Point Name (APN) for
the GPRS network.
Empty
APN value
IPAddress
Enter the IP Address.
Empty
Empty=GSM uses DHCP (serverassigned IP address)
X=IP address
Protocol
Enter the protocol to use.
IP
Protocol type
Username
Enter the username for the GPRS
connection.
Variable
Empty=Disabled
0=Disabled
X=The username for the GPRS
connection.
Password
Enter the password associated with the
username for the GPRS connection.
Note: This key is encrypted; see
Encrypted on page 2-14.
Variable
Empty=Disabled
0=Disabled
X=The password for the GPRS
connection.
ActiveSync Section
The ActiveSync Section configures the terminal’s ActiveSync connection parameters.
Key
Description
Default
Value
Available Values
AutoConnect
Enables and disables the ActiveSync
connection when the terminal first
connects to the communication
peripheral.
1
0=Disable ActiveSync connection
1=Enable ActiveSync connection
Connection
Specifies the connection type and baud
rate.
‘USB
Connection
`USB Connection
`115200 Default
`19200 Default
`38400 Default
`57600 Default
Note: These values must be typed
in exactly as they appear
here.
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System Section
The System section contains child sections that configure various system settings. For specifics on each
sections and their keys, refer to the Description sections in the DeviceConfig.exm file itself.
About Section
The About section sets a unique device name and description for the terminal.
By default, this section is enabled and applied to the terminal after each cold boot.
Key Name
Description
Default Value
Available Values
DeviceName
Sets the name of the device.
ID
[SerialNumber]
See DeviceName Restrictions on
page 3-9.
DeviceDescription
Sets the device description.
N/A
User-defined; however, the description
cannot exceed 15 characters in
length.
Device ID Tab
The values of the DeviceName and DeviceDescription keys appear in the Device name and
Description fields on the Device ID tab on the terminal.
On the Dolphin terminal, tap Start > Settings > About > Device ID tab.
Note: ActiveSync recognizes the Device name and Description from this applet.
DeviceName Restrictions
• The DeviceName must begin with a letter.
• The DeviceName cannot exceed 15 characters in length.
• Any text outside brackets (“[xxxx]”) will appear as text in the Device name field.
Content
What appears in the Device name field…
[SERIALNUMBER]
The terminal’s serial number pulled dynamically from the kernel.
This is the serial number that appears in SysInfo (see page 6-15) as the Terminal Serial
Number (see page 6-17).
[MODELNUMBER]
The terminal’s model number pulled dynamically from the kernel.
This is the serial number that appears in SysInfo (see page 6-15) as the Model Number
(see page 6-17).
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RAM Section
The RAM section allows you to provision RAM memory on Windows Mobile 6.0-based terminals.
Key
Description
Default
Value
Available Values
Split
This is the RAM split percentage; the
percentage that will be allocated to
the filesystem.
50
Min=0
Max=100
See Split Restrictions on page 3-10.
Prompt
Determines whether the system
prompts you before the memory is reallocated.
1
0=Disabled; you will not be prompted.
DeviceConfig’s settings are applied
automatically.
1=Enabled; you are prompted before the
memory is re-allocated.
Note: If the allocation is the same, nothing
will occur.
Split Restrictions
The percentage split you are able to enter is specific to each terminal’s memory configuration. Min/max
ranges can be retrieved from SysInfo or SetRAM.
• See RAM INFO on page 6-20.
• See SetRAM Window on page 11-2.
AutoInstall
When the RAM section is enabled on Windows Mobile 6.0-based devices, AutoInstall.exe launches
DeviceConfig in a mode that checks only the memory allocation in the RAM section of DeviceConfig.exm
against the terminal’s current memory allocation.
If there is a discrepancy and the Prompt key in the RAM section is enabled, a prompt appears asking if
you want to apply the memory allocation in DeviceConfig. If there is a discrepancy and the Prompt key in
the RAM section is disabled, the memory allocation in DeviceConfig is applied.
Note: AutoInstall.exe launches the RAM section of DeviceConfig prior to installing cab files. No other DeviceConfig
settings are applied at this time.
Applications Section
The Applications section configures specific software applications installed on the terminal.
Internet Explorer Section
The Internet Explorer section defines the home page for Pocket® Internet Explorer.
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MobiConrol Section
If the terminal includes the MobiControl Bootstrap Agent (/IPSM/MCBootstrapAgent.exe), then
DeviceConfig can be used to configure the terminal to connect to a MobiControl Server and download the
appropriate agent to the device.
This section is disabled by default and should only be enabled when configuring the device to connect to
the MobiControl Server for the first time.
The root level of the MobiControl section contains the main ConfigPath. By default, this is
“\IPSM\MCBootstap.ini.”
Key
Description
Default
Value
Available Value
Device Subsection
NameType
Mandatory
The name the device will register as on
the server.
1
1=Use Device ID as the device name
2=Use custom name
DeviceName
Mandatory when NameType is set to 2.
This is the custom name of the device.
N/A
X=Custom name can contain
DeviceClass
Optional
The rule tag of the Add devices rule.
When the rule tag is not specificed here,
the device will use an Open, Add
devices rule.
N/A
X=The specific rule tag. Please refer
to MobiControl Help on how to
create an open rule.
DeviceIDType
Optional
Specifies what is used for the device ID.
3
1=HAL Old Device ID
2=HAL New Device ID
3=HAL UUID
4=User Defined
5=Server specified
6=MAC
SiteName
Mandatory
This is the site name of the MobiControl
Server
N/A
X=MobiControl Server name
Method
Mandatory
The installation method.
1
1 (Honeywell standard)
customized macros; e.g.,
“%AUTONUM%”
Info Subsection
Comm Subsection
Broadcast
Optional
Enable broadcasting for discovering
server addresses.
0
0=Disable
1=Enable
RetryDelay
Optional
Retry delay time when connection to the
server fails.
30000
X=Milliseconds
N/A
X=IP address:port
e.g., 192.168.1.238:5494
Connection Subsection
DeploySvr1
Mandatory when Broadcast key is
disabled.
This is the MobiControl Server IP
address and port.
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Command Line Arguments
/q
Quits the program; this command line in the Args field of the Associated Application window
stops the confirmation message from appearing after DeviceConfig.exe finishes
processing.
/boot
Reboots DeviceConfig.exe
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Launching DeviceConfig.exe Manually
DeviceConfig.exe does launch automatically after each cold boot. However, if you make changes to the
DeviceConfig.exm file that you want applied in the terminal immediately, manually launch
DeviceConfig.exe.
1.
Tap Start > Power Tools > EZConfig Utilities > DeviceConfig.exm.
2.
Tap Tools > Launch Associated App.
3.
The settings in the DeviceConfig.exm file are saved and applied to the terminal configuration by
DeviceConfig.exe.
4.
A message appears confirming that DeviceConfig.exe has finished processing the
DeviceConfig.exm file.
Temporary Option for Bar Code Deployment
The Bar Codes Tab (see page 2-22) in EZConfig Editor contains a Temporary option (see page 2-25)
that, when selected during bar code creation, applies the settings in the DeviceConfig.exm file
temporarily, which means until the next cold boot.
In the terminal, EZConfig Client deploys the DeviceConfig.exm file and launches DeviceConfig.exe, which
applies the settings in the DeviceConfig.exm file as usual. However, when the Temporary option is
selected, the DeviceConfig.exm file is not saved after processing is finished. The original file is preserved
instead, and its settings will be restored during the next cold boot.
Select this option when you want establish a temporary configuration in the Dolphin (such as access to a
specific network in a facility) without changing the default configuration.
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4
Autorun and AutoInstall
Overview
Startup is the launch sequence when a Dolphin terminal is booted.
There are two startup Power Tools:
1.
Autorun (see page 4-1)
2.
AutoInstall (see page 4-8)
Autorun
Autorun specifies the software applications to launch after each hard reset. Autorun is located in the
\IPSM folder and consists of an Autorun.exe that is programmed by the Autorun.exm File (page 4-1).
During startup, after a soft or hard reset, the operating system looks for and launches
\IPSM\Autorun.exe. If the Autorun.exe is configured (by Autorun.exm) to launch an application, that
application launches when Autorun.exe launches. Autorun can launch up to 32 applications or utility
programs after each hard reset.
Note: The Autorun.exm file allows applications to be launched based on conditional situations, including the return
code of another application launched previously and specific characteristics of the Dolphin terminal itself.
Autorun.exm File
The Autorun.exm file has a multi-level tree structure. There are two top level sections: Settings and
Programs.
Settings Section
The Settings section stores general Autorun settings; see Settings Section Keys on page 4-2.
Programs Section
The Programs section contains many child sections and determines the sequence of events at startup,
including which programs launch and when.
Program Sections and Launch Sequence
Each section is a program to launch at startup. The sequence of sections determines the launch
sequence on the terminal; the terminal reads this file consecutively. To change the launch sequence,
move the section up or down in the list; see Working with Sections (page 2-7).
Enabling and Disabling Sections
If you don’t want to the application to launch at startup, you can delete the section. However, program
sections contain settings you’ll want to keep when adding that same application back to startup. To keep
the program section in the file for future reference, disable the program section instead of deleting it.
Disabled sections appear in gray.
4-1
When processing files, the terminal behaves as though disabled sections are not there and moves on to
the next enabled section.
Settings Section Keys
Note: This section and most of its keys are locked, which means that you can change the value but not the name
or description.
Key
Function
Default
Available Values
Version
Stores the EXM file version.
22
You cannot modify this
value!
ByPassKey
Defines the key that can be pressed to bypass
Autorun
42=SCAN key
StartMenu
Enables and disables the Start menu during
Autorun
1
0=Disable; the Start
menu is disabled
during Autorun.
1=Enable; the Start
menu is enabled.
Debug
Controls the debug function at AutoInstall.
0
0=Disable
1=Enable, an
autorun.log file is
created in the
\IPSM folder.
TestMode
Runs the terminal in test mode and tests the
functionality of AutoInstall. This is a diagnostic tool.
When enabled, applications stored in the
AutoInstall folder, including the radio drivers, are
not loaded during startup.
0
0=Disable
1=Enable
EZConfigKey
Specifies a key that launches EZConfig Client
before Autorun starts processing the Programs
section; i.e., before Autorun starts launching
programs.
9=Tab
key
Empty=You must launch
EZConfig Client to
scan bar codes from
EZConfig Editor
Programs’ Subsections
Here are a few of the standard child sections of the Programs section:
Section
Description
Update
Attempts to launch an Update.exe application from the SD (Secure Digital) card, if one exists.
AutoRun
SC1 & SC2
Attempts to process an Autorun configuration file from the SD card (if one exists); for example,
to install CAB files from the AutoInstall folder in the SD card. One section applies to cold boots
and the other to warm boots.
Reset
Initiates a warm boot after the cold boot during startup. Do NOT disable the Reset section!
Note: Other subsections launch the executable entered in the Program (see page 4-3) key.
4-2
Keys in Each Programs’ Subsection
Each Programs’ subsection contains or can contain the following keys:
Key
Function
Required Keys—These keys must be present in each Program subsection.
Program
Specifies the command line to execute. This is the location of the program’s
executable. If you want a Power Tool to launch at startup, enter the location of that
tool’s EXE here.
Args
Specifies the command line arguments to execute at startup.
Wait
Determines if Autorun should wait for the program to complete and close before
continuing to the next program in the sequence.
• 0=Continue to the next program immediately
• 1=Wait enabled
StartOption
Specifies the startup options for the program. Autorun launches the program only if
the startup options entered here are met.
• Blank= Always run the program.
• X=See Start Options on page 4-4.
Optional Keys—These are keys you can add but don’t appear in the default file.
PNPID
Specifies a card description. This option needs to be entered only when PNPID or
NONPNPID values are specified in the StartOption key.
DependIndex
Specifies the index of a dependent program.
DependExitCode
Specifies the required result of the dependent program. If the result of the
dependent program does not equal the DependExitCode entered here, the current
program will not be executed at startup.
Editing the Autorun.exm File
Edit Autorun.exm in EZConfig Editor. For details, see Working with Open EXM Files on page 2-7.
Adding a Program Subsection
To launch at startup, a new program must be a child section of the Programs section.
1.
In EZConfig Editor, right click on the Programs section and select Append Child Section.
2.
On the Add New Section window, enter the Name and Description and click OK.
3.
The new section is added to the bottom of the list.
4.
Use the click and drag method to move the section to the desired launch sequence.
Press and hold the ALT key to make sure that you move the section at the same level. Do not
append the section to an existing section!
5.
Right-click in the key area and select Append Key. You must add all the required Autorun keys; see
Keys in Each Programs’ Subsection on page 4-3.
4-3
6.
Save the file and transport it to the terminal.
Copying a File
If you want to copy a file and move it to another location, use AutoInstall and the /copy command line
argument. For details, see Command Line Arguments on page 4-10.
Sample Autorun Configuration File
A sample Autorun.exm file installs on the workstation to C:\Program Files\Honeywell\Power
Tools and Demos for WM 6.0\EZConfig EXM Files.
For more information, see Sample EXM Files on page 2-2.
Start Options
Start Options define the required system parameters for a software application to launch. The following
values can be entered for the StartOption key, wherever it appears:
Option Name
The program launches if …
Category
DISABLED
Never, regardless of other startup options specified.
None
COLDBOOT
The terminal has performed a cold boot.
WARMBOOT
The terminal has performed a warm boot.
TOUCH
The terminal has a touch screen display installed.
NONTOUCH
The terminal doesn’t have a touch screen display installed.
BATCH
The terminal is a batch unit (no RF or internal modem cards installed).
RF
The terminal has an RF card installed (e.g., Cisco 802.11b).
GSM
The terminal has a GSM radio.
BT
The terminal has a Bluetooth radio.
MODEM
The terminal has an internal modem card installed.
IMAGER
The terminal has an imager installed.
LASER
The terminal has a laser scanner installed.
BLIND
The terminal has no laser or imager installed.
ANYSCAN
The terminal has either an imager or a laser scanner installed.
Boot type
Touch Screen
Mobility
Scanner
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Start Options
Start Options define the required system parameters for a software application to launch. The following
values can be entered for the StartOption key, wherever it appears:
Option Name
The program launches if …
RFON
The RF radio is Enabled.
GSMON
The GSM radio is enabled.
BTON
The Bluetooth radio is enabled.
RFGSMBTOFF
The RF, GSM, & Bluetooth radios are disabled.
29KEY
The terminal has a 29-key keyboard.
35KEY
The terminal has a 35-key keyboard.
38KEY
The terminal has a 38-key keyboard.
43KEY
The terminal has a 43-key keyboard.
56KEY
The terminal has a 56-key keyboard.
NO_KEY
The terminal has a 56-key keyboard.
Category
Radio
Keyboard
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Start Options
Start Options define the required system parameters for a software application to launch. The following
values can be entered for the StartOption key, wherever it appears:
Option Name
The program launches if …
7300
It’s a Dolphin 7300 terminal.
7400
It’s a Dolphin 7400 terminal.
7450
It’s a Dolphin 7450 terminal.
74XX
It’s any Dolphin terminal beginning with “74”.
7600
It’s a Dolphin 7600 terminal.
76XX
It’s any Dolphin terminal beginning with “76”.
7850
It’s a Dolphin 7850 terminal.
78XX
It’s any Dolphin terminal beginning with “78”.
7900
It’s a Dolphin 7900 terminal.
79XX
It’s any Dolphin terminal beginning with “79”.
9500
It’s a Dolphin 9500 terminal.
9501
It’s a Dolphin 9501 terminal.
9550
It’s a Dolphin 9550 terminal.
9551
It’s a Dolphin 9551 terminal.
95XX
It’s any Dolphin terminal beginning with “95”.
9700
It’s a Dolphin 9700 terminal.
9900
It’s a Dolphin 9900 terminal.
99XX
It’s any Dolphin terminal beginning with “99”.
PNPID
The terminal has a card installed whose identification contains ALL of
the strings specified in the PNPID setting.
NONPNPID
The terminal doesn’t have a card installed whose identification contains
ALL of the strings specified in the PNPID setting.
Category
Model
Expansion Card
Multiple options can be specified for each category. For example, you can specify both 35KEY and
43KEY options to request that the program run in either a 35- or 43-key keyboard terminal. Seperate
multiple options with commas.
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To ignore a category, don’t specify any of its options.
Applying Startup Options to the Autorun Configuration File
For each category, Autorun validates each startup option specified in the StartOption key. If no specified
option is valid in a category, Autorun does not execute the program. If at least one of the specified options
is valid in each category evaluated, the program is executed.
To always execute a program, specify no options in the StartOption key.
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AutoInstall
AutoInstall consists of an AutoInstall.exe that, when launched, installs the cab files in the AutoInstall
folder. The AutoInstall folder is where you store cab files for software applications if you want them to
persist through hard resets.
The AutoInstall program runs according to the settings in the AutoInstall.exm file.
Program Install Locations
When triggered by a hard reset, the CAB file installs the applications to the directories established in the
CAB file. For most applications, this means that an EXE for the software application is placed in the
\Program Files folder.
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AutoInstall.exm
The AutoInstall.exm file controls the behavior and appearance of the AutoInstall window and install
process.
AutoInstall
window
Key
Function
Default
Value
Available Values
Version
This is the current version of the AutoInstall.exm
file. This key is read-only and cannot be modified.
3
N/A
Debug
Enable and disables logging of debug information
to \IPSM\AUTOINSTALL.LOG.
0
0=Disabled
1=Enabled
Cancel
Enable and disables the Cancel button on the
AutoInstall window.
0
0=Disabled
1=Enabled
FullScreen
Determines if the AutoInstall window runs in full
screen mode (barring access to other windows).
1
0=Disabled
1=Enabled
2=Autoselects based
on the operating
platform.
HaltOnError
Sets the behavior of AutoInstall when an error is
encountered.
1
0=Log the error and
continue AutoInstall
1=Halt AutoInstall and
prompt the user to
continue or cancel
MaskPassword
If a password is entered in the Password key, this
key determines if that password is masked when
entered on the screen.
1
0=Disabled
1=Enabled
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Key
Function
Default
Value
Available Values
Password
Establishes a password required to halt
AutoInstall.
Blank
Blank=User can halt
and exit AutoInstall
without entering a
password
X=Password
Note: Remember! It’s the Autorun.exm file that determines the programs and install sequence, not AutoInstall.exm.
Command Line Arguments
/copy
Add /copy to the Autorun.exm file to automatically move a file from one location to
another.
Usage: autoinstall /copy <sourcefilename> <destination>
Example: autoinstall /copy "/windows/data.mdf" "/storage card/data.mdf"
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5
ScanWedge
Overview
ScanWedge sends data from the decoder, serial port, or IrDA interface to the foreground application as
keystrokes (as if the data were entered via the keyboard). The foreground application is the open software
application whose window is currently active on the display.
As a result, you can review input data in Windows Mobile applications such as Pocket Word, Pocket
Excel, and Inbox without having to load third-party applications.
Enabling ScanWedge
Tap the ScanWedge icon once
. ScanWedge initializes and enables.
Command Bar Menu
When ScanWedge is enabled, a smaller ScanWedge icon appears in the command bar at the bottom of
the Today screen.
Tap this icon to open the command bar menu.
Menu Item
This item …
Enable
Enables and disables ScanWedge without exiting ScanWedge.
Settings
Opens the ScanWedge.exm file in EZConfig Editor.
About
Opens the About screen for ScanWedge.
Exit
Exits ScanWedge. The icon no longer appears in the Command bar.
Enabling ScanWedge at Startup
To run ScanWedge automatically when the Dolphin terminal boots up,
Add a link to the Scanwedge.exe in the \WINDOWS\STARTUP folder
OR
Enable the ScanWedge section of the Autorun.exm File (see page 4-1).
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Disabling ScanWedge
Navigate to the Power Tools Main Window (see page 1-2) and tap the ScanWedge icon again.
OR
Select Exit on the Command Bar Menu (page 5-1).
Modifying the ScanWedge Configuration File
When ScanWedge is installed, a ScanWedge.exm file is inserted in the \IPSM folder. This file specifies
configuration parameters for ScanWedge and must be located in the \IPSM directory. Do not move
ScanWedge.exm!
Use EZConfig Editor on the workstation to modify ScanWedge.exm. For more information, see Working
with Open EXM Files on page 2-7.
ScanWedge.exm Sections
Section
Description
See Page
Settings
Programs general settings for ScanWedge.
5-3
Comm
Specifies how the serial (RS-232) port interfaces with ScanWedge.
5-6
Decode
Specifies how the decoder/scanner interfaces with ScanWedge.
5-8
Centering
Defines the centering window for scanning bar codes when ScanWedge is
interfacing with the decoder.
5-11
Formatting
Defines data formatting functionality.
5-12
Symbologies
Defines the symbologies that the scanner can decode and send to
ScanWedge.
5-17
VK Mapping
Defines the virtual key sent to ScanWedge for any decoded ASCII character.
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Basic Values
In each section, the following values apply (unless otherwise specified in the tables below):
0 = Disable
1 = Enable
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Settings Section
The Settings section determines how ScanWedge interprets data from the decoder, serial port, and IrDA
interface.
0 = Disable
1 = Enable
Settings Section
Key
Description
Default
Value
Available Values
Version
This is the version of ScanWedge
3
You cannot modify this value.
Debug
Enables and disables the logging of
debug information to a
SCANWEDGE.TXT file.
0
1=Enable. Debug data is logged
in a Scanwedge.txt file stored
in the \IPSM folder.
Sound
Enables and disables the audio
notification for decode/data reception.
There is one sound for success and
another sound for an error.
1
0=Disable; no sound on
decoding.
1=Enable; sound on decoding.
Leds
Enables and disables LED notification
for decode/data reception.
1
0=Disable; no LEDs on
decoding.
1=Enable; LEDs on decoding.
DataTerminator
When the data terminator character is
received, ScanWedge considers the
data received as successful, and sends
the specified prefix key + data
received + specified suffix key to the
foreground application.
13
Set to the desired character.
Specifies the
character to recognize
as the data terminator
when receiving data
from the IrDA interface
or serial port.
PrefixKeys
SuffixKeys
This parameter is ignored for the
decoder. The decoder knows
when the data ends by itself.
Note: The data terminator character
itself will not be transmitted. If
required, put this character in the
suffix.
Defines the ASCII keys to be sent prior
to the decoded/received data. The
ASCII keys are converted to virtual
keys; for conversion parameters, see
Virtual Key Codes Table on page 5-21.
This field supports up to 16 ASCII keys;
data is comma-delimited.
0
Empty,
No
prefix
sent
For example:
PrefixKeys=80,82,69,70,73,88
Defines the ASCII keys to be sent after
the decoded/received data. The ASCII
keys are converted to virtual keys; for
conversion parameters, see Virtual Key
Codes Table on page 5-21.
13
ENTER
key
For example:
SuffixKeys=83,85,70,70,73,88,1
3
The example listed above would
cause “SUFFIX” and the
ENTER key to be sent after any
decoded data.
This field supports up to 16 ASCII keys;
data is comma-delimited.
PrefixID
Specifies the symbology identifier sent
prior to the decoded/received data.
The example listed above would
cause “PREFIX” to be sent prior
to any decoded data.
0
0=No symbology identifier is
sent.
1=The Code ID is sent.
2=The AIM ID is sent.
3=The SymModifier is sent.
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Settings Section
The Settings section determines how ScanWedge interprets data from the decoder, serial port, and IrDA
interface.
0 = Disable
1 = Enable
Settings Section
Key
Description
Default
Value
Available Values
SuffixID
Specifies the symbology identifier sent
after the decoded/received data.
0
0=No symbology identifier is
sent.
1=The Code ID is sent.
2=The AIM ID is sent.
3=The SymModifier is sent.
SoundConnect
Enables and disables
• The sound that ScanWedge makes
when starting up, shutting down, or
restarting.
• The audio notification when an IrDA
session is established and closed
and the serial port is opened and
closed.
1
0=Disabled
1=Enabled
Enable and disables a notification
message when an IrDA session is
established and closed and the serial
port is opened and closed.
0
0=Disabled
1=Enabled
Enables and disables ScanWedge’s
compatibility with EZConfig Client when
decoding bar codes.
1
0=Disabled; ScanWedge
processes EZConfig
barcodes as it would any
other barcode.
1=Enabled; ScanWedge
recognizes EZConfig
barcodes and passes them
on to the EZConfig Client for
further processing.
MessageConnect
This key applies only
to the IrDA and serial
ports.
Accept EZConfig
This key applies only
to the decoder.
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Note: Audio notifications for
errors can’t be disabled.
Settings Section
The Settings section determines how ScanWedge interprets data from the decoder, serial port, and IrDA
interface.
0 = Disable
1 = Enable
Settings Section
Key
Description
Default
Value
Available Values
SendMode
Specifies the method to use when
sending the decoded message to the
foreground application.
0
0=Virtual key method: each
character is sent as a virtual
keystroke. This method
works well with almost any
Windows Mobile application.
Note: This setting affects only the
decoded message; the prefix and
suffix are always sent using the
virtual key method to allow
navigational functionality.
1=Direct Text method: the
decoded message is sent as
text directly to the window
that has the keyboard focus
in the foreground application.
This method is faster than the
virtual key and supports
barcodes with ASCII
characters between 1 and
255 but works only if the
foreground application uses
standard Window’s Edit
controls for user input.
2=Virtual Key (safe) method:
each character is sent as a
virtual keystroke using
PostKeybdMessage().
This method only support bar
codes containing ASCII
characters and does not
support VKMapping. This
method only generates
WM_CHAR messages, it
does not generate
WM_KEYDOWN and
WM_KEYUP messages.
GoodScanWav
Specifies a .wav file played on the
completion of a successful decode/data
reception.
Empty
BadScanWav
Specifies a .wav file played for an
unsuccessful decode/data reception.
Empty
Empty=No .wav file is specified.
The default beep or sound is
played. Use the Sound (page
5-3) key to enable and
disable all audio notification.
X=The path to the specific .wav
file you want played for either
option. The .wav files should
be 8-bit, 11KHz, mono, and
PCM.
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Comm Section
The serial port settings in the Comm section determine the interaction between ScanWedge and the serial
port.
Comm Section
Key
Description
Default
Value
Available Values
Enable
Enables (or disables) ScanWedge to
receive and interpret data from the
serial port.
0
0=Disabled; no data is received
1=Enabled; ScanWedge receives
data from the serial port
(specified in the Port key) as
keystrokes to the foreground
application.
AutoConnect
Enables or disables the autoconnection between ScanWedge
and the serial port.
0
0=Disabled; ScanWedge opens the
serial port immediately at startup
and doesn’t close until
ScanWedge is closed. This is the
recommended setting when the
serial port is port 2 or 3.
1=Enabled; ScanWedge connects to
the serial port when a power
source is detected and
disconnects when the power
source is removed/not detected.
Port
Specifies the serial port to use to
connect to ScanWedge.
Note: This setting is ignored for Port 4.
FlowControl
Specifies the flow control method to
use–software only, hardware only, or
software and hardware.
Note: This setting is ignored for Port 4.
4
1=Software (Xon-Xoff)
2=Hardware
3=Hardware and software
4=No flow control
BaudRate
Specifies the baud rate for the serial
port.
Note: This setting is ignored for Port 4.
38400
X=The appropriate baud rate.
Parity
Specified the parity for the connection.
0
0=No parity
1=Odd parity
2=Even parity
3=Mark parity
4=Space parity
8
X=Number of bits per byte
0
0=1 stop bit
1=1.5 stop bits
2=2 stop bits
The use of port 4/6 is not
encouraged.
Note: This setting is ignored for Port 4.
DataBits
Specifies the number of bits per byte to
use.
Note: This setting is ignored for Port 4.
StopBits
Specified the number of stop bits to
use.
Note: This setting is ignored for Port 4.
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Comm Section
The serial port settings in the Comm section determine the interaction between ScanWedge and the serial
port.
Comm Section
Key
Description
Default
Value
Available Values
Powerout
Enables and disables power out of the
serial port for ScanWedge specifically.
General power out settings are
established in the registry.
0
0=Disabled; do not power out when
scanning with ScanWedge
1=Enabled; power out when
scanning with ScanWedge.
2=No change for ScanWedge. This
means that ScanWedge is not
altering the default power out
setting in the registry. The
terminal defaults to the power-out
setting in the registry.
0
0=Disabled
1=Enabled
0
0=Disabled
1=Enabled
The serial port powers out 5V at
500mA.
EnablePrefixData
Enables or disables all prefix data
received via COM port after a
successful scan.
All prefix data is defined in the Settings
Section (see page 5-3).
EnableSuffixData
Enables or disables all suffix data
received via COM port after a
successful scan.
All suffix data is defined in the Settings
Section (see page 5-3).
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Decode Section
The Decode section specifies decoder settings when using the decoder with ScanWedge.
ScanWedge Entry
Description
Default
Value
Available Values
Enable
Enables and disables the decoder for
ScanWedge.
1
0=Disabled; decoder is not
used.
1=Enabled; decoder sends bar
code data as keystrokes to
the active window.
Trigger
Sets the key used by ScanWedge to
initiate a scan/decode. The key is
registered as a system hotkey and
cannot be registered as a hot key by
any other applications.
42
42=OnScan or Scan key
ContScan
Enables and disables continuous
scan.
0
0=Disabled; trigger key must be
released between scans.
1=Enabled; data is
continuously decoded and
sent to the application while
the trigger key is depressed.
PowerSave
Enables and disables power saving
mode.
1
1=Enabled; the decoder
automatically initializes and
un-initializes as needed. A
slight delay occurs when the
trigger is activated.
0=Disabled; the decoder
initializes when the utility
starts and un-initializes
when the utility terminates.
ScanTimeout
Specifies the decode time out in 1/
1000th seconds. If a barcode is not
decoded within the specified timeout
an audio and visual notification
indicates that an error occurred.
5000
X=Time in 1/1000th of a
second.
ScanMode
Specifies the decode mode.
1
1=Full Omni/Normal
2=ALD (Aggressive Linear
Decode) mode
4=Quick Omni
LinearRange
Specifies the linear search range to
be used while in ALD mode.
3
X=Range from 1 to 6.
1 indicates a tight vertical
range near the aimer.
6 indicates a vertical range
of the entire height of the
imager.
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Decode Section
The Decode section specifies decoder settings when using the decoder with ScanWedge.
ScanWedge Entry
Description
Default
Value
AimerDuration
The number of milliseconds the
scanner aimer is displayed, after the
trigger key has been pressed down,
before attempting to decode a
barcode.
0
[Decode
begins
instantly.
]
AimerDelay
The amount of time between scans
before the aimer turns on again.
500
AimerDurationALR
The amount of time the aimer stays
on. This setting is for an ALR
decoder.
2000
AimerDelayALR
The amount of time between scans
before the aimer turns on again.
This setting is for an ALR decoder.
500
DefaultEnabledSymbo
logies
Specifies which symbologies should
be enabled before processing the
Symbologies section.
0
0=Use internal list
1=All symbologies are disabled
initially. Enable specific
symbologies in the
Symbologies section.
2=All symbologies are enabled
initially. Disable specific
symbologies in the
Symbologies section.
See Symbologies Section on page 517.
Available Values
Enter times in 1/1000th of a
second.
EnablePrefixData
Enables or disables all prefix data
received from the decoder after a
successful scan.
All prefix data is defined in the
Settings Section (see page 5-3).
1
0=Disabled
1=Enabled
EnableSuffixData
Enables or disables all suffix data
received via decoder after a
successful scan.
All suffix data is defined in the
Settings Section (see page 5-3).
1
0=Disabled
1=Enabled
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Decode Section
The Decode section specifies decoder settings when using the decoder with ScanWedge.
ScanWedge Entry
Description
Default
Value
Available Values
GoodScanFreq
Sound frequency used for play a
custom good scan beep.
2749
Variable
Use the up and down arrows to
change the number
Note: The Window's "Good Decode"
sound (if defined in the control
panel) takes precedence over
this option.
OR
GoodScanLen
Number of milliseconds to play the
sound as specified in GoodScanFreq
key.
50
BadScanFreq
Sound frequency used for play a
custom bad scan beep.
523
Note: The Window's "Bad Decode"
sound (if defined in the control
panel) takes precedence over
this option.
BadScanLen
5 - 10
Number of milliseconds to play the
sound as specified in BadScanFreq
key.
25
Type in the code for the sound
you want.
Centering Section
The Centering section determines the centering window for bar code scanning.
ScanWedge Entry
Description
Default
Value
Available Values
CenteringEnable=
Enable and disables the decode
centering window for the decoder.
0
0=Disabled; centering is
disabled for ScanWedge.
1=Enabled; bar codes are
decoded only if they are
within the centering window
specified by the rest of the
keys in this section.
CenteringTop=
Specifies the top coordinate of the
centering window.
210
Enter the coordinates in pixels.
CenteringBottom=
Specifies the bottom coordinate of
the centering window.
270
CenteringLeft=
Specifies the left coordinate of the
centering window.
346
CenteringRight=
Specifies the right coordinate of
the centering window.
406
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Formatting Section
ScanWedge supports data formatting.
The Formatting section contains subsections and each subsection supports one data format.
Formatting Subsections
Subsection
Key
Description
Default
Value
Available Values
Format
Specifies data formatting parameters
Empty
See Available Data Formatting
Commands on page 5-13.
CodeID
Identifies the Code ID that the bar code's
symbology must have for the format to be
applied. The Code ID is a single character that
is case-sensitive; e.g., set CodeID=j to apply
the format to Code 128 only.
Empty
Empty=No Code ID
X=See Code ID on page 5-14.
Length
Determines the length the bar code data must
have for the format to be applied.
Empty
Empty=Format applies to any
length
0=Format applies to any length
X=The length
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Available Data Formatting Commands
These are the data formatting operations applied to the bar code data. The entire command string is
entered into the Format key.
Command
Description
Send Commands
F1xx
Send all characters followed by “xx” key or function code, starting from current cursor
position.
F2nnxx
Send “nn” characters followed by “xx” key or function code, starting from current cursor
position.
F3ssxx
Send up to but not including “ss” character (Search and Send) starting from current
cursor position, leaving cursor pointing to “ss” character followed by “xx” key or function
code.
F4xxnn
Send “xx” character “nn” times (Insert) leaving cursor in current cursor position.
E9nn
Send all but the last “nn” characters, starting from the current cursor position.
Move Commands
F5nn
Move the cursor ahead “nn” characters from current cursor position.
F6nn
Move the cursor back “nn” characters from current cursor position.
F7
Move the cursor to the beginning of the data string.
EA
Move the cursor to the end of the data string.
Search Commands
F8xx
Search ahead for “xx” character from current cursor position, leaving cursor pointing to
“xx” character.
F9xx
Search back for “xx” character from current cursor position, leaving cursor pointing to
“xx” character.
E6xx
Search ahead for the first non “xx” character from the current cursor position, leaving
cursor pointing to non “xx” character.
E7xx
Search back for the first non “xx” character from the current cursor position, leaving
cursor pointing to non “xx” character.
Miscellaneous Commands
FExx
Compare character in current cursor position to the character “xx.” If characters are
equal, increment cursor. If characters are not equal, no format match.
EC
Check to make sure there is an ASCII number at the current cursor position.If character
is not numeric, format is aborted.
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Available Data Formatting Commands
These are the data formatting operations applied to the bar code data. The entire command string is
entered into the Format key.
Command
Description
ED
Check to make sure there is a non-numeric ASCII character at the current cursor
position. If character is numeric, format is aborted.
FBnnxxyy…zz
Suppress all occurrences of up to 15 different characters, starting at the current cursor
position, as the cursor is advanced by other commands. When the FC command is
encountered, the suppress function is terminated. The cursor is not moved by the FB
command. nn is a count of the number of suppressed characters in the list and xxyy…zz
is the list of characters to be suppressed.
FC
Disables suppress filter and clear all suppressed characters.
E4nnxx1xx2yy1
yy2…zz1zz2
Replaces up to 15 characters in the data string with user specified characters.
Replacement continues until the E5 command is encountered. nn is the total count of
both characters to be replaced plus replacement characters; xx1 defines characters to
be replaced and xx2 defines replacement characters, continuing through zz1 and zz2.
E5
Terminates character replacement.
Note: xx and ss stand for hex values of a character (00-FF), nn for a numeric count (00-99).
Code ID
Symbology Name
Code ID
Australian Post
A (0x41)
Aztec Code
z (0x7A)
Aztec Mesa Code
Z (0x5A)
British Post
B (0x42)
Canadian Post
C (0x43)
China Post
Q (0x51)
Codabar
a (0x61)
Codablock F
q (0x71)
Code 11
h (0x68)
Code 128
j (0x6A)
Code 16K
o (0x6F)
Code 32 Pharmaceutical (PARAF)
< (0x3C)
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Code ID
Symbology Name
Code ID
Code 39
b (0x62)
Code 49
l (0x6C
Code 93 and 93i
i (0x69)
Coupon Code
c (0x63)
Data Matrix
w (0x77)
EAN·UCC Composite
y (0x79)
UCC / EAN-128
I (0x49)
EAN-13
d (0x64)
EAN-8
D (0x44)
Interleaved 2 of 5
e (0x65)
ISBT
j (0x6A)
Japanese Post
J (0x4A)
KIX (Netherlands) Post
K (0x4B)
Korea Post
? (0x3F)
Matrix 2 of 5
m (0x6D)
MaxiCode
x (0x78)
MicroPDF417
R (0x52)
MSI
g (0x67)
OCR US Money Font,
MICR (E 13 B) and SEMI Font
O (0x4F)
OCR-A
O (0x4F)
OCR-B
O (0x4F)
PDF417
r (0x72)
Planet Code
L (0x4C)
Plessey Code
n (0x6E)
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Code ID
Symbology Name
Code ID
PosiCode
W (0x57)
Postnet
P (0x50)
QR Code
s (0x73)
Reduced Space Symbology
(RSS-14,RSS Limited, RSS
Expanded)
y (0x79)
Straight 2 of 5 IATA (two-bar start/
stop)
f (0x66)
Straight 2 of 5 Industrial
(three-bar start/stop)
f (0x66)
TCIF Linked Code 39 (TLC39)
T (0x54)
Telepen
t (0x74)
Trioptic Code
= (0x3D)
UCC/EAN-128
I (0x49)
UPC-A
c (0x63)
UPC-E0
E (0x45)
UPC-E1
E (0x45)
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Symbologies Section
The Symbologies section specifies the settings for each of the symbologies supported by the decoder.
The settings are in the form:
Symbology Name=Enable(1 or 0), Parm1, Parm2, Parm3, Parm4, Parm5, Parm6, Parm7, Parm8
Where
• Enable specifies that the symbology is enabled or disabled.
• Parms1–8 specify the settings for the symbology.
For more information regarding the individual settings for each of the symbologies, refer to the Honeywell
Decode API documentation in the SDK documentation.
Symbologies Settings
0=Disabled 1=Enabled
ScanWedge Entry
Default Enabled/
Disabled Value
Default Value
Australian Post
0=Disabled
0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0
Aztec Code
1=Enabled
1,1,3750,0,0,0,0,0,0
Aztec Mesas
0=Disabled
0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0
British Post
0=Disabled
0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0
Canadian Post
0=Disabled
0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0
China Post
0=Disabled
0,4,80,0,0,0,0,0,0
Codabar
1=Enabled
1,0,0,0,4,60,0,0,0
Codablock
0=Disabled
0,1,2048,0,0,0,0,0,0
Code 11
0=Disabled
0,1,4,80,0,0,0,0,0
Code 128/EAN 128
1=Enabled
1,0,80,0,0,0,0,0,0
Code 16K
0=Disabled
0,1,160,0,0,0,0,0,0
Code 32
0=Disabled
0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0
Code 39
1=Enabled
1,0,0,0,0,0,0,48,0
Code 49
0=Disabled
0,1,81,0,0,0,0,0,0
Code 93
0=Disabled
0,0,80,0,0,0,0,0,0
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Symbologies Settings
0=Disabled 1=Enabled
ScanWedge Entry
Default Enabled/
Disabled Value
Default Value
Coupon Code
0=Disabled
0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0
Data Matrix
0=Disabled
0,1,1500,0,0,0,0,0,0
Dutch Post
0=Disabled
0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0
EAN-8
0=Disabled
0,1,0,0,0,1,0,0,0
EAN-13
1=Enabled
1,1,0,0,0,1,0,0,0
EAN.UCC Composites
0=Disabled
0,1,300,0,0,0,0,0,0
Interleaved 2 of 5
1=Enabled
1,0,0,4,80,0,0,0,0
ISBT
0=Disabled
0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0
Japanense Post
0=Disabled
0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0
Korea Post
0=Disabled
0,4,48,0,0,0,0,0,0
Matrix 2 of 5
0=Disabled
0,4,80,0,0,0,0,0,0
MaxiCode
0=Disabled
0,0,1,150,0,0,0,0,0
MicroPDF417
1=Enabled
1,1,366,0,0,0,0,0,0
MSI
0=Disabled
0,4,48,0,0,0,0,0,0
OCR
0=Disabled
0,2,dddddddd,,,,0
PDF417
1=Enabled
1,1,2750,0,0,0,0,0,0
Planet Code
0=Disabled
0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0
Plessey
0=Disabled
0,4,48,0,0,0,0,0,0
PosiCode
0=Disabled
0,4,48,2,0,0,0,0,0
Postnet
0=Disabled
0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0
QR Code
0=Disabled
0,1,3500,0,0,0,0,0,0
Reduced Space
Symbology (RSS)
0=Disabled
0,4,74,0,0,0,0,0,0
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Symbologies Settings
0=Disabled 1=Enabled
ScanWedge Entry
Default Enabled/
Disabled Value
Default Value
Straight 2 of 5 IATA
0=Disabled
0,4,48,0,0,0,0,0,0
Straight 2 of 5
Industrial
0=Disabled
0,4,48,0,0,0,0,0,0
TCIF Linked Code 39
(TLC39)
0=Disabled
0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0
Telepen
0=Disabled
0,1,60,0,0,0,0,0,0
Trioptic Code
0=Disabled
0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0
UPC-A
1=Enabled
1,1,1,0,0,0,1,0,0
UPC-E0
0=Disabled
0,1,1,0,0,0,0,1,0
UPC-E1
0=Disabled
0,1,1,0,0,0,0,1,0
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VK (Virtual Key) Mapping Section
The virtual key map settings are located in the VKMapping section in the ScanWedge configuration file.
The virtual key map settings define the virtual key that will be sent to ScanWedge for any decoded ASCII
character.
The settings are in the form: ASCII Key = Virtual Key, ShiftMode
Where
• ASCII Key is an ASCII value between 0 an 255 (decimal)
• Virtual Key is the virtual key to be sent when the specified ASCII key is decoded
• ShiftMode can have the following values:
•
•
•
•
0=the virtual key is never shifted
1=the virtual key must be shifted
2=the virtual key needs to be shifted if Caps Lock is off
3=the virtual key needs to be shifted if Caps Lock is on
For detailed information about the values in this section, see Virtual Key Codes Table on page 5-21.
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Virtual Key Codes Table
The following table shows the symbolic constant names, hexadecimal values, and keyboard equivalents
for the virtual-key codes used by Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.0. The codes are listed in numeric order.
Note: To use these codes in the VKMapping section, the hexadecimal values need to be converted to decimals.
Virtual Key Codes Table
Symbolic Constant
Name
Decimal
Value
Hexadecimal
Value
Touch Screen or Keyboard Equivalent
VK_LBUTTON
1
01
Touch screen
VK_CANCEL
3
03
Control-break processing
——
5-7
05-07
Undefined
VK_BACK
8
08
BACKSPACE key
VK_TAB
9
09
TAB key
——
10-11
0A-0B
Undefined
VK_CLEAR
12
0C
CLEAR key
VK_RETURN
13
0D
ENTER key
——
14-15
0E-0F
Undefined
VK_SHIFT
16
10
SHIFT key
VK_CONTROL
17
11
CTRL key
VK_MENU
18
12
ALT key
VK_CAPITAL
20
14
CAPS LOCK key
——
21-25
15-19
Reserved for Kanji systems
——
26
1A
Undefined
VK_CLEAR
12
0C
CLEAR key
VK_RETURN
13
0D
ENTER key
——
14-15
0E-0F
Undefined
VK_SHIFT
16
10
SHIFT key
VK_CONTROL
17
11
CTRL key
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Virtual Key Codes Table
Symbolic Constant
Name
Decimal
Value
Hexadecimal
Value
Touch Screen or Keyboard Equivalent
VK_MENU
18
12
ALT key
VK_CAPITAL
20
14
CAPS LOCK key
——
21-25
15-19
Reserved for Kanji systems
——
26
1A
Undefined
VK_ESCAPE
27
1B
ESC key
——
28-31
1C-1F
Reserved for Kanji systems
VK_SPACE
32
20
SPACEBAR key
VK_PRIOR
33
21
PAGE UP key
VK_NEXT
34
22
PAGE DOWN key
VK_END
35
23
END key
VK_HOME
36
24
HOME key
VK_LEFT
37
25
LEFT ARROW key
VK_UP
38
26
UP ARROW key
VK_RIGHT
39
27
RIGHT ARROW key
VK_DOWN
40
28
DOWN ARROW key
VK_SELECT
41
29
SELECT key
——
42
2A
Original equipment manufacturer
(OEM)– specific
VK_EXECUTE
43
2B
EXECUTE key
VK_SNAPSHOT
44
2C
PRINT SCREEN key for Windows 3.0 and
later
VK_HELP
47
2F
HELP key
VK_0
48
30
0 key
VK_1
49
31
1 key
VK_2
50
32
2 key
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Virtual Key Codes Table
Symbolic Constant
Name
Decimal
Value
Hexadecimal
Value
Touch Screen or Keyboard Equivalent
VK_3
51
33
3 key
VK_4
52
34
4 key
VK_5
53
35
5 key
VK_6
54
36
6 key
VK_7
55
37
7 key
VK_8
56
38
8 key
VK_9
57
39
9 key
——
58-64
3A-40
Undefined
VK_A
65
41
A key
VK_B
66
42
B key
VK_C
67
43
C key
VK_D
68
44
D key
VK_E
69
45
E key
VK_F
70
46
F key
VK_G
71
47
G key
VK_H
72
48
H key
VK_I
73
49
I key
VK_J
74
4A
J key
VK_K
75
4B
K key
VK_L
76
4C
L key
VK_M
77
4D
M key
VK_N
78
4E
N key
VK_O
79
4F
O key
VK_P
80
50
P key
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Virtual Key Codes Table
Symbolic Constant
Name
Decimal
Value
Hexadecimal
Value
Touch Screen or Keyboard Equivalent
VK_Q
81
51
Q key
VK_R
82
52
R key
VK_S
83
53
S key
VK_T
84
54
T key
VK_U
85
55
U key
VK_V
86
56
V key
VK_W
87
57
W key
VK_X
88
58
X key
VK_Y
89
59
Y key
VK_Z
90
5A
Z key
——
91-95
5B-5F
Undefined
VK_NUMPAD0
96
60
Numeric keypad 0 key
VK_NUMPAD1
97
61
Numeric keypad 1 key
VK_NUMPAD2
98
62
Numeric keypad 2 key
VK_NUMPAD3
99
63
Numeric keypad 3 key
VK_NUMPAD4
100
64
Numeric keypad 4 key
VK_NUMPAD5
101
65
Numeric keypad 5 key
VK_NUMPAD6
102
66
Numeric keypad 6 key
VK_NUMPAD7
103
67
Numeric keypad 7 key
VK_NUMPAD8
104
68
Numeric keypad 8 key
VK_NUMPAD9
105
69
Numeric keypad 9 key
VK_MULTIPLY
106
6A
Asterisk (*) key
VK_ADD
107
6B
Plus sign (+) key
VK_SEPARATOR
108
6C
Separator key
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Virtual Key Codes Table
Symbolic Constant
Name
Decimal
Value
Hexadecimal
Value
Touch Screen or Keyboard Equivalent
VK_SUBTRACT
109
6D
Minus sign (–) key
VK_DECIMAL
110
6E
Period (.) key
VK_DIVIDE
111
6F
Slash mark (/) key
——
88
88-8F
Unassigned
——
146-185
92-B9
Unassigned
——
186-192
BA-C0
OEM-specific
——
193-218
C1-DA
Unassigned
——
219-228
DB-E4
OEM-specific
——
229
E5
Unassigned
——
230
E6
OEM-specific
——
231-232
E7-E8
Unassigned
——
233-245
E9-F5
OEM-specific
VK_ATTN
246
F6
VK_CRSEL
247
F7
VK_EXSEL
248
F8
VK_EREOF
249
F9
VK_PLAY
250
FA
VK_ZOOM
251
FB
VK_NONAME
252
FC
VK_PA1
253
FD
VK_EM_CLEAR
254
FE
VK_LWIN
91
5B
VK_RWIN
92
5C
VK_APPS
93
5D
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Virtual Key Codes Table
Symbolic Constant
Name
Decimal
Value
Hexadecimal
Value
VK_LSHIFT
160
A0
VK_RSHIFT
161
A1
VK_LCONTROL
162
A2
VK_RCONTROL
163
A3
VK_LMENU
164
A4
VK_RMENU
165
A5
Touch Screen or Keyboard Equivalent
Command Line Arguments
/restart
Forces ScanWedge to process its configuration file (Scanwedge.exm) again, which applies
changes immediately. If the SoundConnect (see page 5-4) is set to 1 (enabled), an
ascending connect sound is played on restart.
/quit
Shuts down ScanWedge.
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6
Additional Power Tools
Overview
This chapter describes the following Power Tools:
Power Tool
Icon
BattMon
InstallerCE
See Page
6-2
No icon
6-4
Hotkeys
6-5
Keyboard Status
6-7
NoSIP
6-9
RASMan
6-10
Reboot
6-13
Suspend
6-14
SysInfo
6-15
6-1
BattMon
BattMon programs the terminal’s LEDs to monitor the charge status of the battery.The LEDs are located
on the top, front panel of Dolphin terminals.
To Enable BattMon
1.
Tap Start > Power Tools. The Power Tools Main Window (see page 1-2) appears.
2.
Tap the BattMon icon once
. After activation, BattMon monitors the battery’s charge status.
When the battery is at 100%, the green LED lights solid green.
When the battery is charging the green LED flashes.
Note: To start BattMon automatically after each hard reset, enable the BattMon Program section of the Autorun.exm
File (see page 4-1).
To Disable BattMon
Navigate to the Power Tools Main Window (see page 1-2) and tap the BattMon icon again.
OR
Select Exit on the Command Bar Menu (page 6-2).
Command Bar Menu
When BattMon is enabled, a smaller BattMon icon appears in the Command bar at the bottom of the
Today screen.
Tap this icon to open the Command bar menu:
.
Menu Item
This item …
Status
Displays the battery charge status in percentage.
Enable
Enables and disables BattMon without exiting BattMon.
About
Provides version and copyright information for BattMon.
Exit
Closes BattMon. The icon no longer appears in the Command bar.
6-2
Command Line Arguments
/quit
/noicon
/nosplash
Shut down BattMon.
Run BattMon with no icon.
Hide the BattMon splash screen.
To Check Battery Power Manually
You can,
Tap the BattMon icon in the Command bar on the Today screen. The Status (page 6-2) menu item
displays the charge percentage.
OR
Tap Start > Settings > System tab > Power. The Power window opens displaying the current charge
status of the terminal’s batteries.
6-3
InstallerCE
InstallerCE is a utility that saves CAB files after a manual install initiated by double-tapping on the CAB.
Normally, when you install a program by double-tapping on its CAB, the CAB file is deleted after
installation is complete. InstallerCE preserves the original CAB file in its original location.
Location
InstallerCE is located in the \Program Files\Power Tools folder.
To Manually Install a CAB File
1.
On the Dolphin terminal, open File Explorer.
2.
Navigate to the \IPSM\AutoInstall folder.
3.
Double-tap on a CAB file. The program begins installing.
4.
If the program is already installed, the system will ask you if you want to re-install it. Click Yes.
5.
After installation is complete, notice that the CAB file remains in the AutoInstall folder.
6-4
HotKeys
The HotKeys Power Tool activates the hardware button assignments in the Buttons setting. To start
HotKeys automatically after each hard reset, enable the HotKeys Program section of the Autorun.exm
File (see page 4-1).
To Enable HotKeys
1.
Tap Start > Power Tools. The Power Tools Main Window (see page 1-2) appears.
2.
Tap the HotKeys icon once
setting are active.
3.
Verify the assignment by tapping the button on the keyboard. To see button assignments, see
Buttons Setting on page 6-5.
. HotKeys is enabled and the button assignments in the Buttons
Buttons Setting
The Buttons System setting programs hardware buttons to launch applications or execute commands. To
see the hardware button assignments that HotKeys activates, open the Buttons setting.
1.
After HotKeys is enabled, tap Start > Settings > Personal tab > Buttons.
Note: The buttons that appear on this window are the only buttons that can be programmed in the
Buttons setting. You cannot add hardware buttons to this window.
2.
To change button assignment, tap on the name of the application in the Assignment column and
select a program or command in the Assign a program drop down list.
3.
Tap OK to save.
To Disable HotKeys
Navigate to the Power Tools Main Window (see page 1-2) and tap the HotKeys icon again.
OR
Select Exit on the Command Bar Menu (page 6-6).
6-5
Command Bar Menu
When HotKeys is enabled, a small HotKeys icon appears in the Command bar at the bottom of the screen.
Tap this icon to open the Command bar menu for HotKeys:
.
Menu Item
Selecting this item …
Settings
Opens the Buttons setting.
Enable
Enables and disables HotKeys
About
Displays version and description information for HotKeys.
Exit
Closes HotKeys. The icon no longer appears in the Command bar.
Command Line Arguments
/quit
/noicon
/nosplash
6-6
Shut down HotKeys.
Run HotKeys with no icon.
Hide the HotKeys splash screen.
Keyboard Status
Keyboard Status indicates whether the keyboard is in alpha, caps lock alpha, or numeric modes.
Each Dolphin terminal series has keyboards that switch between alpha and numeric modes, often by way
of a keyboard combination. Keyboard Status displays an alpha-numeric indicator in the Navigation bar
that tells you if the keyboard is in alpha or numeric mode so that you don’t have to test type in your
application to find out.
Navigation Bar Indicator
Indicator
Keyboard is in …
Alpha mode, lower case (CAPS lock off).
Alpha mode, upper case (CAPS lock on).
Numeric mode.
Keyboard Status is enabled automatically after each hard reset by default. This setting is programmed
Autorun.exm File (see page 4-1).
Keyboard Status Menu
When Keyboard Status is enabled, the indicator icon appears in the Command bar at the bottom of the
screen.
Tap this icon to open the Keyboard Status menu for:
.
Menu Item
Selecting this item …
About
Displays version and description information for Keyboard Status.
Settings
Opens the Sounds & Notifications setting.
Enable
Enables and disables Keyboard Status.
Exit
Closes Keyboard Status. The icon no longer appears in the Command bar.
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Notification Menu
This icon indicates that
Keyboard Status is running.
Notification Menu
When Keyboard Status is enabled, a Notification menu appears in the command bar on the Today screen
that displays the keyboard status when tapped.
Note: You can also tap the icon in the Navigation bar to make this pop-up window appear.
Tap Hide to remove the keyboard status icon from the navigation bar. (The Keyboard Status Power Tool
will continue to run in the background, and appear in the task tray on the Today screen.) The next time
you switch keyboard modes
Tap Dismiss to remove the notification menu from the command bar. (If the terminal uses the phone,
then the Phone menu appears in the command bar instead.)
Accessing the Keyboard Status Power Tool
Keyboard Status is enables after each hard reset by default.
1.
Tap Start > Power Tools. The Power Tools Main Window (see page 1-2) appears.
2.
Tap the Keyboard Status icon once
To disable Keyboard Status again.
and Keyboard Status is enabled.
Command Line Arguments
/debug
/quit
/noicon
/nosplash
6-8
Log debug output to \IPSMkeyboardstatus.log
Shut down Keyboard Status.
Run Keyboard Status with no icon.
Hide the Keyboard Status splash screen.
NoSIP
NoSIP toggles the Soft Input Panel (SIP) between enabled and disabled. When disabled, the SIP does
not pop up over application windows automatically. In addition, the SIP icon
does not appear in the
Command bar on application windows.
To Enable NoSIP
1.
Tap Start > Power Tools. The Power Tools Main Window (see page 1-2) appears.
2.
Tap the NoSIP icon once
. The SIP should not pop up on application screens.
Note: To disable the SIP automatically after each hard reset, enable the NoSIP Program section of the Autorun.exm
File (see page 4-1).
To Disable NoSIP
Navigate to the Power Tools Main Window (see page 1-2) and tap the NoSIP icon again.
OR
Select Exit on the Command Bar Menu (page 6-9).
Command Bar Menu
When NoSIP is enabled, a smaller NoSIP icon appears in the Command bar at the bottom of the Today
screen
. Tap this icon to open the Command bar menu:
.
Menu Item
Selecting this item …
Enable SIP
Enables the SIP without stopping NoSIP.
When this item is selected, the indicator in the Command bar changes to
to indicate that the SIP is now active, even though the NoSIP is still running.
About
Displays version and description information for NoSIP.
Exit
Disables NoSIP; the icon no longer appears in the Command bar.
Command Line Arguments
/noicon
/nosound
/nohotkey
/enable
/disable
Run NoSIP with no icon
Turn off the sound
Disable the NoSIP hotkey
Enable the SIP
Disable the SIP
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RASMan
RASMan establishes a PPP (Point-to-Point Protocol) connection with a RAS server.
To Enable RASMan
1.
Tap Start > Power Tools. The Power Tools Main Window (see page 1-2) appears.
2.
Click the RASMan icon once
. The PPP connection is established according to the settings in
the RASMan Configuration File (see page 6-11).
Note: To start RASMan automatically after each hard reset, enable the RASMan Program section of the
Autorun.exm File (see page 4-1).
To Disable RASMan
Navigate to the Power Tools Main Window (see page 1-2) and tap the RASMan icon again.
OR
Select Exit on the Command Bar Menu (page 6-10).
Command Bar Menu
When RASMan is enabled, the RASMan icon appears in the Command bar at the bottom of the Today
screen
. Tap this icon to open the Command bar menu.
Menu Item
Selecting this item …
Auto Connect
This item is selected by default; it means that the terminal is connected to the RAS server via
PPP.
Connect
Re-establishes the PPP connection if it was disconnected.
Disconnect
Disconnects the PPP connection.
About
Displays version and description information about RASMan.
Exit
Disables RASMan; the icon no longer appears in the Command bar.
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RASMan Configuration File
RASMan application settings are stored in the Settings section of \IPSM\RASMan.exm. Use EZConfig
Editor (see page 2-2) to change the values in the RASMan.exm file.
Key
Description
Default
Value
Available Values
AudioNotification
Enable and disable audio
notifications on connecting and
disconnecting.
1
0=Disable
1=Enable
AutoConnectOnDock
Connects and disconnects RASMan
when the terminal is docked and
removed from the communication
peripheral.
1
0=Disabled; RASMan connection
must be launched manually
when the terminal is docked.
1=RASMan connects on an AC
power event.
2=RASMan connects on RS-232/
USB connection.
AutoConnectOnStart
up
Controls the automatic connection
when RASMan is started.
1
0=Disabled; the PPP connection
is not established when
RASMan is started.
1=Enabled; the PPP connection
is established when RASMAN
is started.
Note: RASMan attempts to connect
only if the device is docked
and AC power is detected.
Connectoid
Indicates the connection RASMan
should use.
`USB
Connectio
n
`USB Connection
`115200 Default
`19200 Default
`38400 Default
`57600 Default
Note: These values must be
typed in exactly as they
appear here.
CommandLine
Command to execute on a
successful connection.
Empty
Leave empty if no action is
required.
CommandArgs
Command arguments for the
CommandLine setting.
Empty
Leave empty if no action is
required.
ConnectDelay
Specifies the amount of time to wait
before establishing the PPP
connection after RASMan is
started.
2000
Enter values in milliseconds.
Debug
Enables and disables the creation
of a debug log file.
0
0=Disabled; no log file
1=Enabled; Creates a log file of
RASMan activity in the \IPSM
folder.
DisableActiveSync
Disables the ActiveSync connection
when RASMan is running.
1
0=Disabled; ActiveSync runs
while RASMan is running.
1=Enabled; the ActiveSync
connection is disabled while
RASMan is running.
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RASMan Configuration File
RASMan application settings are stored in the Settings section of \IPSM\RASMan.exm. Use EZConfig
Editor (see page 2-2) to change the values in the RASMan.exm file.
Key
Description
Default
Value
Retry
Specifies the retry count.
10
RetryDelay
Specifies the retry delay.
1000
Enter values in milliseconds.
ShowError
Enables and disables error
messages on connecting.
1
0=Disable
1=Enable
ShowStatus
Enables and disables the
appearance of status dialog boxes.
1
0=Disabled; status dialogs do not
appear.
1=Enabled; status dialogs do
appear.
StatusMessageDelay
Specifies a delay in milliseconds (i.e
1000 is 1 second) to apply after
status and error messages are
displayed.
25
X=Number of milliseconds.
StopOnCriticalError
Forces RASMan to stop running
when a critical error occurs.
1
0=Disabled; RASMan continues
to run when a critical error
occurs.
1=Enabled; RASMan stops
running when a critical error
occurs.
TrayIcon
Enables or disables the RASMan
tray icon.
1
0=Disable
1=Enable
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Available Values
Reboot
Reboot performs a warm or cold boot from the touch screen. All Dolphin terminals reboot with keyboard
commands; Reboot offers you the option of using the touch screen instead.
Warm Boot
A warm boot is a soft reset. A soft reset re-boots the device without losing RAM data.
You would perform a soft reset when
• the terminal fails to respond.
• after installing software applications that require a re-boot.
• after making changes to certain system settings, such as network cards.
Cold Boot
A cold boot is a hard reset. A hard reset resets the operating system, restores the terminal back to factory
defaults, and resets the terminal.
A hard reset erases all of the data stored in RAM memory and all RAM installed applications! Only data
and applications stored in \IPSM memory persist.
Rebooting the Dolphin terminal
1.
Tap Start > Power Tools. The Power Tools Main Window (see page 1-2) appears.
2.
Tap the Reboot icon
. The Reboot screen appears.
To perform a warm boot, tap the Warm Boot button.
To perform a cold boot, tap the Cold Boot button.
The Dolphin terminal begins booting immediately.
Command Line Arguments
/r Warm Reset
/c Cold Reset
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Suspend
Suspend puts the terminal in Suspend mode. All Dolphin terminals have keyboard commands that put the
terminal in Suspend mode; Suspend offers you the option of using the touch screen instead.
To Suspend the Dolphin Terminal
1.
Tap Start > Power Tools. The Power Tools Main Window (see page 1-2) appears.
2.
Tap the Suspend icon once
. The terminal goes into Suspend mode.
To Wake the Dolphin Terminal from Suspend Mode
Press the SCAN key.
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SysInfo
SysInfo provides a read-out of important system information including firmware versions, DLL versions,
system parameters, as well as network and radio information.
To See System Information
1.
Tap Start > Power Tools. The Power Tools Main Window (see page 1-2) appears.
2.
Tap the SysInfo icon once
3.
SysInfo queries the system, compiles the data and displays it on the SysInfo screen.
.
You cannot edit information in SysInfo. This information is gathered from the Dolphin terminal and
changes only when the terminal’s configuration has changed.
To refresh the system information, go to File > Refresh. The system re-compiles system information.
To Save the System Information to a Text File
Tap File > Save to File. A file named “SYSINFO.txt” is generated and saved to the My Device folder.
To open the file, tap Start > Programs > File Explorer. Navigate to the My Device folder. The
SYSINFO.txt file appears in the list.
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Viewing Options
If you tap on the SYSINFO.txt file in the My Device folder, the file opens in Pocket Word.
You cannot change system information by editing the text!
To Upload SYSINFO.txt to a Workstation
You can upload the SYSINFO.txt file to a workstation via ActiveSync.
1.
On the workstation, open Windows Explorer.
2.
Navigate to the Mobile Device folder.
3.
Select My Windows Mobile-Based Device. The SYSINFO.txt file appears here.
4.
Copy and paste this file to a folder on your workstation.
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Sample SysInfo File
Field
Sample Data
This entry specifies the …
Date
1/14/2008
Date.
Time
10:38:36
Time.
SYSTEM INFO
Sample Data
This entry specifies the …
Hardware Revision
0
Hardware revision.
OS Version
WM60
Operating System version.
Kernel
22.06 (Dec 21, 2007)
Kernel version and date.
Service Pack
NONE
Service Pack level.
Boot Loader
0.00 ()
Bootloader version and date.
Keyboard Firmware
0.00
Keyboard firmware version.
Manufacture Date
20070711
Manufacture date.
Model Number
7600
Model number.
Part Number
7600EH-112-B4EE
Part number of the main board.
Special Part Number
7600EH-112-B4EE
Special part number, if any.
Terminal Serial Number
07193E0564
Terminal serial number.
CPLD Version
Unknown
CPLD firmware version.
Keyboard Type
29-key
Keyboard type.
Scanner Type
IT5300
Imager installed on the terminal.
Touch Panel Type
Installed
Touch panel type.
Display Type
Toppoly
Display type.
CPU INFO
Sample Data
This entry specifies the …
ProcessorName
S3C2440A
Name of the CPU
Architecture
ARM
Systems processor architecture.
ProcessorLevel
4
System’s architecture-dependent processor level.
Processor Frequency
400 Mhz
System’s processor operating frequency.
DLL VERSION INFO
Sample Data
This entry specifies the …
Decoder.dll
1.16.1.2
Current Decoder.dll api build revision.
Matrix Engine
4.84.1.11
Current Matrix engine build revision.
HHPScanInterface.dll
1.16
Current HHPScanInterface.dll api build revision.
Scan Driver
1.212.1.14
Current scan driver build revision.
HHPMT9V022HW.dll
1.00.02
Current HHPMT9V022HW.dll api build revision.
SYSTEM DATE/TIME
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Sample SysInfo File
Field
Sample Data
This entry specifies the …
ImgApi.dll
1.16
Current ImgApi.dll api build revision.
SYSTEM PARAMETERS
Sample Data
This entry specifies the …
BatteryIdleTimeout
0
ExternalIdleTimeout
0
OEMInfo
Hand Held Products
Name of the OEM.
PlatformType
PocketPC
Type of operating system.
NETWORK INFO
Sample Data
This entry specifies the …
Hostname
ID07193E0563
Terminal’s ID (recognized by ActiveSync, for example)
NumberOfAdapters
2
Number of network adapters installed.
1: Mac Address
001641F81262
1: IP Address
0.0.0.0
MAC and IP address of the on-board 802.11b/g radio.
The 0.0.0.0 indicates that the 802.11b/g radio is using
DHCP instead of a static IP address.
2: Mac Address
8200600FE800
MAC and IP address of the on-board Bluetooth radio.
2: IP Address
169.254.2.1
RADIO INFO
Sample Data
This entry specifies the …
Current Mode:
GSM/GPRS
On-board radio active when the SysInfo icon was
pressed.
Bluetooth Hardware:
CSR
Bluetooth radio driver.
WiFi Hardware:
USI SPI
802.11b/g radio driver.
GSM Hardware:
Siemens MC-75
GSM radio driver.
IPSM/
Sample Data
File(1)–File (XX):
AutoInstall.exe
AutoInstall.exm
Autorun.exe
Autorun.exm
DeviceConfig.exe
DeviceConfig.exm
EZConfigPPC.exe
DemosMenu.exm
EZConfigMenu.exm
NetworkMenu.exm
PowerToolsMenu.exm
RASMan.exm
ScanWedge.exm
RegBackup.exm
IPSM/AutoInstall/
Sample Data
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These are the files in the \IPSM folder. They persist
through cold boots.
Sample SysInfo File
Field
Sample Data
This entry specifies the …
File(XX)–File(XX):
xDecoder.cab
SDKRT_armv4i.cab
Demos_armv4i.cab
PowerTls_armv4i.cab
DefaultSettings.reg
These are the files in the \IPSM\AutoInstall folder.
They persist through cold boots and install during
AutoInstall.
POWER STATUS
Sample Data
This entry specifies the …
ACLineStatus
AC online
AC power status.
BatteryFlag
High
Battery charge status.
BatteryLifePercent
100 %
Percentage of full battery charge remaining.
BackupBatteryFlag
High
Backup battery charge status.
BackupBatteryLifePerce
nt
100 %
Percentage of full backup battery charge remaining.
STORE INFO
Sample Data
This entry specifies the …
StoreSize
23711744
Size in bytes of the object store.
FreeSize
16615424
Amount of free space in bytes in the object store.
SYSTEM VERSION
Sample Data
This entry specifies the …
MajorVersion
5
MinorVersion
2
BuildNumber
1944
PlatformId
3
CSDVersion
Latest Service Pack installed on the system.
GLOBAL MEMORY
STATUS
Sample Data
This entry specifies the …
MemoryLoad
24
Number between 0 and 100 that gives a general idea
of current memory utilization.
0 = No memory use
100 = Full memory use
TotalPhysical
100204544
Total number of bytes of physical memory.
TotalPageFile
0
Number of bytes of physical memory available.
AvailPageFile
0
Total number of bytes that can be stored in the paging
file.
TotalVirtual
33554432
Total number of bytes that can be described in the
user mode portion of the virtual address space of the
calling process.
AvailVirtual
30212096
Number of bytes of unreserved and uncommitted
memory in the user mode portion of the virtual
address space of the calling process.
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Sample SysInfo File
Field
Sample Data
This entry specifies the …
RAM INFO
Sample Data
This entry specifies the …
Total Installed RAM
128 MB
Actual size of installed RAM chip.
Total User RAM
128 MB
Total RAM available for file system and program
memory after kernel overhead.
Min File System Size
16 MB
Minimum sized allowed for the file system.
File System Size
23 MB
Current size of the file system.
Min Program Memory
Size
64 MB
Minimum size allowed for program memory.
Program Memory Size
95 MB
Current size of the program memory.
Current Split %
18
Percentage of the Total User RAM allocated to the file
system.
Valid Split % Range
12% - 50%
Valid % range that can be used when setting file
system size. If set out of range value will be set to
closest min or max.
IMAGER INFO
Sample Data
This entry specifies the …
PSOC Version
2.3
Current PSOC revision.
AimerXoffset
448
Imager’s AimerXoffset parameter.
AimerYoffset
239
Imager’s AimerYoffset parameter.
BitsPerPixel
8
Imager’s BitsPerPixel parameter.
EngineID
9
Imager’s EngineID parameter.
ImagerCols
752
Imager’s ImagerCols parameter.
ImagerRows
480
Imager’s ImagerRows parameter.
Rotation
0
Imager’s Rotation parameter.
YDepth
1
Imager’s YDepth parameter.
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7
Using the Battery Analyzer
Overview
The Battery Analyzer Power Tool helps you manage the battery power installed in the Dolphin 9700/9900
terminal.
Requirements
For the Battery Analyzer to work, you must have the following items installed on the Dolphin terminal in
the following locations:
• The BatteryAnalyzer.exe is stored in the \Program Files\Power Tools folder.
• The BatteryAnalyzer.exm is stored in the \IPSM folder.
• The Battalyzer.dll is stored in the \Windows folder.
When all of these items are installed, the Battery Analyzer icon
Window (see page 1-2).
appears on the Power Tools Main
Operating Temperature=0°—50°C
The operating temperature of the battery must be between 0°C and 50°C. If you attempt to
analyze a battery when the operating temperature is outside this range, the analyze cycle
stops. You will be notified that the analyze cycle was aborted due to temperatures below 0°C
or above 50°C. If this happens, recharge the battery.
AC Power Supply
You must have a continuous supply of AC power to the terminal and installed battery prior to
analyzing. If you attempt to analyze a battery and AC power is interrupted, the analyze process
stops. You will be notified that the analyze cycle was aborted due to AC power interruptions.
If this happens, recharge the battery.
Recommendation
Batteries should be analyzed only once every three months.
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Analyzing a Battery
During the analyze cycle, the installed battery charges to 100%, then drains it to 0%, then charges it back
up to 100%.
When the operating temperature of the battery is between 0°C and 50°C and there is a constant AC
supply to the terminal and battery, tap Start > Power Tools > Battery Analyzer. The Battery Analyzer
main window displays specific battery information for your review, including the operating temperature.
The status bar at the top of
the window shows the
progress of the analyze
cycle.
The text box at the bottom
of the window displays the
details of the analyze cycle.
Note: The Charge Status field indicates if the installed battery is charging or fully charged.
The Estimated Time field displays the amount of time it will take to complete a full cycle.
Analyze Cycle Steps
There are three steps to the analyze cycle:
Step 1:
The battery charges to 100%.
Step 2:
The battery discharges to 0%.
Step 3:
The battery re-charges to 100%.
Automatic Shut Down
The analyze cycle aborts if:
• The operating temperature drops below 0°C or above 50°C.
• AC power is lost.
The text box at the bottom of the window displays the details about why the process aborted.
Stopping an Analyze Cycle
You can stop the analyze cycle manually any time by tapping the File menu in the command bar. Tap
Stop Analyzing or Start Analyzing.
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Command Line Arguments
The following command line arguments can be used in the CommandArgs key of the Battery Analyzer
section of the PowerToolsMenu.exm file.
/a
Indicates “admin” and launches Battery Analyzer in Advanced Mode (see page 7-3).
/d
Indicates “debug” and creates a log file that tracks the activity of Battery Analyzer from the
moment the application is launched. The log file is: \IPSM\BatteryAnalyzer.log.
/s
Indicates “autostart” and launches the analyze cycle the moment you launch Battery
Analyzer from the main window.
/q
Indicates “quit” and stops the analyze process if it’s running.
Advanced Mode
You run Battery Analyzer in advanced mode when you enter “/a” in the CommandArgs key of the Battery
Analyzer section of the PowerToolsMenu.exm. The next time you open the Battery Analyzer Power Tool,
it will be running in Advanced Mode.
When you do run the Battery Analyzer in advanced mode, additional fields appear on the Battery Analyzer
window.
Capacity
Displays the capacity of the installed battery.
Log to File
Option to create a log file after the analyze cycle is complete.
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Log File
The log file records data in the following order:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Date
Time
Conditioning Flag
Battery Temperature
Battery Voltage
Capacity Percentage
Charge Percentage
Charge State
Charge Status
Analyzing Start Time
Elapsed Time
Estimated Completion Time
Formatted Estimated Completion Time
Estimated Progress
The log file is stored as “BatteryAnalyzer.log” in the \IPSM folder. Open this file with Pocket Word.
Should the analyze cycle abort automatically for some reason, check the log file for details.
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8
Registry Power Tools
Overview
The registry is the configuration database in all 32-bit versions of Windows that contains settings for the
hardware and software, consisting of the SYSTEM.DAT and USER.DAT files. Many settings previously
stored in the WIN.ini and SYSTEM.ini files in 16-bit Windows (Windows 3.x) are in the registry.
The RegEdit Power Tool enables you to edit the registry through an easy-to-use application window. You
can also import and export specific registry keys.
Editing the Registry
1.
On the Power Tools Main Window (see page 1-2), tap the RegEdit icon once
to a split-pane window with a collapsible menu in top half.
. RegEdit opens
This is the top level of the registry; it cannot be edited, copied, pasted, or renamed.
2.
Click the + sign to expand the menu options.
3.
RegEdit offers the following registry categories:
• HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT
• HKEY_CURRENT_USER
• HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
4.
Expand the appropriate menu by clicking on the + sign.
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5.
Drill-down to the appropriate registry entry. When you click on registry entry in the top half of the
screen, the data appears in the lower half of the screen.
The two columns in the bottom half of the window show the Value Name and the Value Data of the
selected entry.
6.
Double-click on the Value Name. The Edit Value window pops up.
In the Value Data field, type the new value.
7.
Press the ENT(ER) key or tap OK. The new data appears in the list.
8.
After all your edits are complete, Warm Boot (see page 6-13) the terminal to save your changes to
the registry.
Note: If you want your edits to persist through the next cold boot, run RegBackup after saving your changes; see
Backing Up the Registry on page 8-6.
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Menus
The menus on the RegEdit window offer you many editing options.
File Menu
The File menu allows you to create registry entries as well as import and export registry settings.
Menu Item
Description
New
Creates a new Key, String, or DWORD Value.
Import
Imports a registry file; see Importing Registry Files on page 8-5.
Export
Exports the current registry; see Backing Up the Registry on page 8-6.
Exit
Closes RegEdit.
Edit Menu
The Edit menu helps you work with existing registry entries.
Menu Item
Description
Copy
Copies a selected item.
Paste
Pastes a copied item within RegEdit.
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Menu Item
Description
Rename
Renames a registry entry.
Enter the new name and press the ENTER or OK key.
Delete
Deletes a selected registry entry.
Find
Searches for registry entries within a selected section. (Select an item in
the top half of the window before tapping Edit > Find.)
Enter the search criteria and tap OK. RegEdit notifies you if the selected
section contains data matching the entered criteria.
Find Next
Launches another search for the criteria entered in Find.
View Menu
These menu items shift focus between the Keys Panel and the Values Panel.
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Importing Registry Files
The file must be loaded on the terminal and have a REG extension.
1.
Tap File > Import. By default, the import function searches for REG files and displays the search
results in the lower half of the window.
2.
Tap once on the REG file and it loads automatically.
Exporting Specific Registry Settings
You can export specific registry settings. In RegEdit, navigate to the section you would like to export and
select it.
Tap File > Export and select the parameters of the REG file that would contains these settings.
If you want these REG setting to load during AutoInstall, select AutoInstall in the Folder drop-down list
and IPSM in the Location drop-down list.
Other Export Options
You can export
• The entire registry–see Backing Up the Registry on page 8-6.
• Radio settings–see Backup Radio Settings on page 9-12.
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Backing Up the Registry
You can export the current registry by tapping the RegBackup icon on the Power Tools Main Window
(see page 1-2)
. A _RegBackup.reg file containing the entire registry is created and stored in the
\IPSM\AutoInstall folder.
Because this REG file is stored in the \IPSM\AutoInstall folder, AutoInstall will launch and install this
REG file during the next cold boot.
Restoring the Registry
After you have backed up the registry, a _RegBackup.reg file of the entire registry is stored in the
\IPSM\AutoInstall folder.
You have a number of options to restore the registry by loading the _RegBackup.reg file.
RegRestore
On the Power Tools Main Window (see page 1-2), tap the RegRestore icon
.
Tap on the REG File:
Tapping on a REG file in any folder immediately tries to add the information in that file to the registry. A
message appears asking if you want to add the information to the registry. Tap Yes to add the information.
Cold Boot
Because this REG file is stored in the \IPSM\AutoInstall folder, AutoInstall will launch and install this
REG file during the next cold boot.
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RegBackup.exm
The RegBackup.exm file is located in the \IPSM folder and determines the content of the
_RegBackup.reg file.
The RegBackup.exm file does NOT contain registry settings! Only REG files contain registry settings.
Sections
_TEMPLATE_ Section The _TEMPLATE_ section is a template of the basic registry sections. This section is not
used when creating the _RegBackup.reg file. Use these subsections as a basis for
modifications and additions to the file.
Backup Section
When you backup the registry (see Backing Up the Registry on page 8-6), the include/
exclude settings in this section indicate what content to backup.
This default section should never be removed as it contains default excludes specified by
Honeywell. It can, however be added to. Do NOT change the Mode (page 8-8)!
SyChip & Philips Sections
When you backup radio settings (see Backup Radio Settings on page 9-12), the include/
exclude settings in this section indicate what content to backup.
Modifying
Modifying the RegBackup.exm file allows you to include or exclude registry key sections and values
during an export. Multiple subsections can be created below. All should be copied from the Template
section which, itself, should not be modified.
To specify keys and values in the RegBackup.exm file, re-create the registry keys as sections and
subsections in the tree structure just as they appear in the registry. The same rules that apply to copying
directories apply here in that if you re-create a key from the registry, all the key’s values and subkey’s
values will be copied unless there are values in the top-level key.
These registry values will be
included in the
_RegBackup.reg file.
Only the key or value name is needed in the EXM file and not the associated value data. The EXM file is
a structure used to define the backup file and not the actual registry data.
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Mode and Kernel Check
In each Subsection root in the tree, there should be two key-value pairs: Mode and KernelCheck.
If these keys are not present, the defaults will be applied:
Mode=Exclude
KernelCheck=Enabled
Mode
The Mode key specifies export behavior of the values in the section.
1=Include
Only the values that follow will be included.
0=Exclude
Everything but the values that follow will be included.
KernelCheck
KernelCheck forces kernel version and service pack validation when a previously exported REG file is
imported on a Dolphin terminal. This means that if you attempt to load a _RegBackup.reg file (during
AutoInstall, for example), RegBackup.exm verifies that the REG file matches the kernel installed on the
terminal. If yes, then the REG file loads. If not, you’ll receive a warning message and the REG file will not
load.
0=Disabled
No kernel validation occurs on importing. In general (especially for radio settings),
KernelCheck should be enabled. if the registry does not match the kernel, the terminal will
not function properly.
1=Enabled
Kernel validation occurs on importing.
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Command Line Arguments
Argument
Description
/export <filename>
Export registry to <filename>.
The <filename> part is optional. If no filename is entered, the file will default to
\IPSM\AutoInstall\_RegBackup.reg.
/import <filename>
Import <filename> to registry.
The <filename> part is optional. If no filename is entered, the file will default to
\IPSM\AutoInstall\_RegBackup.reg.
/exm <filename>
Specify the non-default backup EXM file <filename>. Filenames with spaces must
be wrapped in quotes. If omitted, the filename defaults to \IPSM\RegBackup.exm.
This argument is only valid when used with /export.
/section
<SectionName>
Specify the non-default section in the EXM file for exclude or include export,
depending on the mode setting in that section. If omitted, this defaults to the
Backup section of whatever EXM file is specified.
This argument is only valid when used with /export.
/key <key>
Specify the top level of the registry key structure to export.
This argument is not valid when using /export or /import.
/silent
Displays no dialogs.
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Registry Edit Options in EZConfig
You can also use EZConfig Editor to create registry documents on the workstation, create a bar code,
then use EZConfig Client to decode the bar code and update the registry on the terminal.
For more information, see
• Registry Documents on page 2-17
• Creating Bar Codes on page 2-21
• EZConfig Client on page 2-34
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Network Utilities
Accessing Network Utilities
Tap Start > Power Tools > Network Utilities
. The Network Utilities window opens.
Standard Network Utilities
There are three Network Utilities that mirror DOS-prompt functions of your workstation:
• IP Config (see page 9-2)
• Ping (see page 9-4)
• Route (see page 9-6)
WiFi Status
WiFi Status helps you monitor the on-board 802.11b radio:
• WiFi Status (see page 9-10)
Radio Settings
There are two Power Tools on the Network Utilities window that enable you to backup and restore radio
settings in the registry.
• Backup Radio Settings (page 9-12)
• Restore Radio Settings (page 9-12)
Note: WiFi Status and the Radio Settings Power Tools appear on this window only if an RF radio is installed in the
terminal.
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IP Config
IPConfig is a kernel utility that displays, releases, and renews IP parameters for on-board network
adapters. On the Network Menu window, click the IPConfig icon
displaying the Input tab.
. The IPConfig screen opens
Field
Description
Adapter
This drop-down list contains the network adapters currently installed in the Dolphin
terminal. Every field and button on this screen pertains to the adapter selected in this
drop-down list.
MAC Addr
Displays the MAC (Media Access Control) address of the selected Adapter. This is the
serial number burned into the adapter that uniquely identifies it.
Subnet Mask
Displays the adapter’s subnet mask. The subnet mask determines the subnet upon
which the adapter resides.
Gateway
Displays the adapter’s gateway information.
Release the IP
address
Click this button to release the IP address.
Renew the IP
address
Click this button to renew the IP address.
Display full
configuration
Click this button to retrieve and review the full configuration of the terminal’s IP setup.
For more information, see Displaying the Terminal’s IP Configuration (see page 9-3).
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Displaying the Terminal’s IP Configuration
On the Input tab, tap the Display full configuration button. The Dolphin terminal retrieves and displays
the IP configuration for the entire terminal.
About Tab
The About tab displays information about this Power Tool.
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Ping
Ping provides a GUI-based version of the traditional command line ping utility. Pinging sends out an echo
request to a specific computer on the network. Use Ping to verify communication links or that a specific
IP address is working.
Ping contains three tab windows: Input, Output, and About. On the Input tab, you enter and send packet
information to a specified remote host and see the result on the Output tab.
On the Network Menu window, tap the Ping icon
. The Pings screen opens to the Input tab.
Using the Input Tab
Note: You do not need to complete all the fields on the Ping window to successfully execute, just the Destination IP
address.
Field
Description
Destination
Enter the IP address. This field is required.
Timeout
(milliseconds)
Enter the timeout time in millisecond intervals; 1000 is the default.
Send buffer size
Indicate the buffer size for sending; 32 is the default.
Send count
Indicate the count for sending; 4 is the default. Check Infinite to make the send
count infinite.
TTL
Short for Time To Live, this is the maximum amount of time a packet is allowed to
travel through the network before it is discarded.
TOS
Enter the Type of Service (TOS); it should be eight bits broken into five subfields.
Rec route for count
hops
Enter the number of hops to record in the IP header; 1–9.
This field traces the route of the packets for each hop.The hop count is the number
of network devices between the starting node and the destination node that an IP
packet hits while traveling over a network. The number of hops is recorded in the IP
header.
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Using the Input Tab
Note: You do not need to complete all the fields on the Ping window to successfully execute, just the Destination IP
address.
Field
Description
Timestamp route
Enter the number of timestamps to record for each hop; 1–4
The timestamp is the packet’s arrival time at each hop.
Don’t fragment
Check this box if you don’t want the packet to fragment during routing.
DNS address required
Check this if you want the domain name server to be part of the route path.
Execute
Click Execute to send the ping. The Output tab displays the response.
Reading the Output Tab
After you enter the IP information on the Input tab and click Execute, the Output tab appears and begins
displaying the ping results.
You can click the Stop button at any time to stop the ping. Any errors encountered display on the screen.
When the Ping process is complete or if you stop the ping at any point, ***Ping Stopped *** displays.
About Tab
The About tab displays description and version information about Ping.
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Route
Route is a kernel utility that allows the user to view and edit the rules that govern how packets destined
for various subnets are routed. These rules tell the device which gateways on a given interface's subnet
may be used to route packets to hosts on other subnets.
Route contains three tab windows: Input, Output, and About. You enter and execute the command on the
Input tab and review the results on the Output tab.
On the Network Menu window, tap the Route icon once
.The Route screen opens to the Input tab.
Using the Input Tab
Field
Description
Command
This drop-down list contains the available routing commands. Select from:
• PRINT - Prints the network routing tables to the Output tab; see page 9-6.
• ADD - Adds a route; see page 9-7.
• DELETE - Deletes a route with a specified destination; see page 9-8.
• CLEAR - Clears routing tables of all gateway entries; see page 9-8.
Text under Command
The text describes each command. The content changes automatically when a
command is selected from the Command drop-down list.
Execute
Click this button to execute the selected command. The Output tab displays the
results.
Output tab
The Output tab displays the information that results from executing a command on the Input tab; it
displays no information on its own. See the individual tasks below to see the Output tab for each
command.
To Print Network Routing Tables
1.
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On the Input tab, select PRINT in the Command drop-down list.
2.
Click the Execute button. The Output tab appears displaying the network routing table.
3.
This table displays Destination, Netmask, Gateway, Metric, and Interface columns. Scroll right to
see all the columns.
To Add a Route
You can add a custom route with the Add command.
1.
On the Input tab, select ADD in the Command drop-down list. Fields appear on the Input tab.
2.
Specify the range of IP address to which this rule will apply using the Destination and Netmask
fields. For example, the settings in the screenshot below specify an address range from 300.300.0.1
to 300.300.255.254.
3.
Enter the Gateway.
4.
Enter the Metric (not required).
5.
Enter the Interface (not required).
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6.
Tap Execute. The system verifies your results and the Output tab lets you know if your entry was
added successfully.
To Delete a Route
You can delete active routes.
1.
On the Input tab, select DELETE from the Command drop-down list. The Destination field appears.
2.
Enter the IP address in the Destination field.
3.
Click the Execute button.The system processes the request and displays how many routes were
deleted.
To Clear Gateway Entries
Executing this command clears routing tables of all gateway entries.
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1.
On the Input tab, select CLEAR in the Command drop-down list.
2.
Click the Execute button. The system processes your request and the number of entries deleted
appears on the Output tab.
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WiFi Status
The WiFi Status Power Tool displays information from the 802.11 adapter installed in the terminal and
enables you to configure certain operating parameters.
Tap Start > Power Tools > Network Utilities > WiFiStatus
.
Setup Tab
The Setup tab enables you to change specific parameters of the 802.11 adapter.
Field
Description
Adapter
Name of the radio module installed on the terminal.
Update inv
This is the update interval used to poll the 802.11 adapter for status information.
SSID
Displays the SSID value presently configured in the 802.11 adapter.
Power mode
Choose between the following power modes:
CAM
Continuous access mode (CAM); the device is always on.
Max PSP*
Maximum power saving; provides the greatest power savings for the 802.11 NIC radio.
Fast PSP*
Fast power saving mode; provides the best combination of network performance and power
usage.
*PSP=Power Save Polling
BSS Mode
Choose between the following modes:
Automatic=Switches between Ad hoc and infrastructure modes as required.
IBSS (Ad hoc)=Specifies independent basic service set (IBSS).
Infrastructure (ESS)=Specifies infrastructure.
Enable &
Disable
Tap these buttons to enable and disable the 802.11 radio
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Field
Description
Apply
Tap this button to apply changes to the Update interval, SSID, Power mode, and BSS
mode.
Status Tab
The Status tab displays statistics for the 802.11 radio.
The Release IP and Renew IP buttons enable you to release and renew the terminal’s IP address.
BSSID Tab
When accessed, the BSSID tab causes the radio to scan for all APs in range and displays the results.
BSSID (same as the AP
MAC address)
Signal Strength Percentage
AP SSID
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Backup Radio Settings
When the terminal’s radios are configured, entries are made in the registry that contain those settings.
However, those entries are removed during the next cold boot. Backup Radio Settings exports those radio
settings into a RadioSettings.reg file and places it in the \IPSM\AutoInstall folder. By default, the
settings in the RadioSettings.reg file will be added to the registry during the next cold boot and your radios
will be configured automatically when the boot process is complete.
On the Network Utilities main window, tap the Backup Radio Settings icon
file is created and placed in the \IPSM\AutoInstall folder.
. The RadioSettings.reg
Restore Radio Settings
You have a number of options to restore the registry by loading the RadioSettings.reg file.
Restore Radio Settings
On the Network Utilities window, tap the Restore Radio Settings icon
. A message appears
asking if you want to load the RadioSettings.reg file. Tap Yes and RegEdit imports the radio registry
entries to the current registry.
Tap on the REG File:
Tapping on a REG file in any folder immediately tries to add the information in that file to the registry. A
message appears asking if you want to add the information to the registry. Tap Yes to add the information.
Cold Boot
Because this REG file is stored in the \IPSM\AutoInstall folder, AutoInstall will launch and install this
REG file during the next cold boot.
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EZMenu
Overview
EZMenu formats application windows to display and launch software programs on the terminal. For
example, the Power Tools Main Window (see page 1-2) is managed by EZMenu.
EZMenu consists of
• Menu configuration files (i.e., EXM files that end in “*Menu.exm”) in the \IPSM folder that contain the
settings for application windows.
• The EZMenu.exe in the \Program Files\Power Tools folder that applies those settings in the
terminal. EZMenu.exe is launched during AutoInstall by default.
*Menu.exm Files
EXM files have an
EasyMenu.exe
icon.
Executables have an
icon.
Running Easy Menu
EZMenu runs when you access an application window that has a menu configuration file. EZMenu.exe
calls that menu configuration file to format the window.
Default EZMenu Configuration Files
Dolphin terminals ship with a number of menu configuration files in the \IPSM folder:
DemosMenu.exm
Programs the Demos main window (Start > Demos).
EZConfigMenu.exm
Programs the EZConfig Utilities window; see EZConfig Editor on the Terminal on page 230.
NetworkMenu.exm
Programs the Network Utilities window; see Accessing Network Utilities on page 9-1.
PrintDemoMenu.exm Programs the Print Demo window (Start > Demos > Print Demo).
PowerToolsMenu.exm Programs the Power Tools main window; see Power Tools Main Window on page 1-2.
Default menu configuration files must be located in the \IPSM folder.
Sample Menu Configuration Files
Samples of these default menu configuration files install to the workstation in the following folder:
C:\Program Files\Honeywell\Power Tools and Demos for WM 6.0\EZConfig EXM Files.
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Modifying Menu Configuration Files
Menu configuration files can be modified in EZConfig Editor on the workstation or the terminal, If modified
on the workstation, the *Menu.exm file must be deployed to the terminal.
For details about modifying EXM files in EZConfig Editor:
• See EZConfig Editor on page 2-2.
• See EZConfig Editor on the Terminal on page 2-30.
Creating Menu Configuration Files
Save as the Default EZMenu Configuration Files (see page 10-1) to create new menu configuration files.
1.
On the workstation, navigate to the following folder: C:\Program Files\Honeywell\Power
Tools and Demos for WM 6.0\EZConfig EXM Files.
2.
Open a sample menu configuration file in EZConfig Editor.
3.
Tap File > Save As and save the file with a new name ending in “Menu.exm.”
4.
Modify the file; to see the available values, see Menu Configuration File Sections on page 10-3.
5.
Save or transfer the file to the \IPSM folder on the terminal.
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Menu Configuration File Sections
Menu configuration files contain of two basic sections: Settings and MenuEntries. Both sections are
locked, which means only their Values can be changed, not their section names.
Settings Section
The Settings section defines general EZMenu settings. The keys in this section are locked, which means
that only their Values can be changed.
Key
Description
Default
Value
Available Values
Sig
Identifies this file as a menu file.
EZMenu
These keys are read-only and
cannot be changed.
Version
This is the EZMenu version number.
1
EnableDebug
Enables system debugging.
0
0=Disable 1=Enable; an
Easymenu.log file is created in
the \IPSM folder.
ListViewMode
Determines the default view mode
for the window. For details, see
View Options on page 1-3.
3
0=Detail
1=List
2=Small Icon
3=Large Icon
Caption
Defines the caption or title displayed
in the title bar of the application
window.
Variable
User-defined
StartMenu
Enables and disables access to the
Start menu from the application
window.
Variable
0=Disable Start Menu
1=Enable Start Menu
OK
Enables and disables the OK button
in the upper right corner of the
application window.
Variable
0=Disable OK Button
1=Enable OK Button
Menu
Determines which menus appear in
the Command bar. There are three
menus: File, View, Help.
Exit=File menu
View=View menu
Default=File, View & Help menus
3
0=No Menus
1=Default Menu + No Exit + No
View
2=Default Menu + No Exit
3=Default Menu
The following three parameters determine the icon spacing in all view modes:
ListViewIconSpacingY
Sets vertical icon spacing.
80
Spacing is measured in pixels.
ListViewIconSpacingX
Sets horizontal icon spacing.
75
Spacing is measured in pixels.
ListViewGradient
Determines whether the gradient
background (horizontal blue and
white lines) appears on the window.
1
0=Disable gradient background
1=Enable gradient background
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Key
Description
Default
Value
Available Values
MaskPassword
Determines if password entries on
dialog boxes should be masked.
1
0=Disabled; passwords are not
masked.
1=Enabled; passwords are
masked.
TodayScreenSessionT
imeout
When the device is left in suspend
mode, this key specifies the number
of hours that need to pass before
the device returns to the Today
screen.
0
0=Disabled; the terminal does
not return to the Today screen
while in suspend mode.
X=Number of hours.
MenuEntries Subsections
The MenuEntries section determines which programs appear on the application window.
The MenuEntries section is locked, which means that you cannot change its Name or Description;
however, its child sections are not locked and can have any name and description.
Each child section is a program that launches from the application window and must be at the same level
underneath the MenuEntries section. The order of child sections from top to bottom determines the order
that the programs appear on the application window.
Child Section Keys
The keys in the child sections are locked, which means only their Values can be changed.
Key
Description
Required
Available Values
Name
Name to display on the window. The
name appears under the icon (if there
is an icon).
Required
User-defined
Description
Description to display on the window
in Detail view.
Required
User-defined
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Key
Description
Required
Available Values
CommandLine
Command line to execute when the
item is selected on the window. This
is the location of the EXE file for the
program to launch.
Required
Location of the EXE file.
Also available:
[ADMIN]=Toggles into
Administrative mode
[EXIT]=Exit menu
CommandArgs
Command line arguments used with
the CommandLine parameter.
*Optional
Program-specific
Password
Use this key to password-protect
access to the window. If no value is
entered, the window is not passwordprotected.
Optional
Enter a password.
HotKey
Hotkey that can be used to launch
the menu entry.
Optional
HotKey number
HotKeyModifier
Modifier for the hotkey.
Optional
Global:
16=No Modifier
17=ALT
18=CONTROL
20=SHIFT
EZMenu only:
0=No Modifier
1=ALT
2=CONTROL
4=SHIFT
IconFile
Filename of the icon resource file.
Optional
The filename of the icon must
be an EXE or DLL, an ICO file
will not work.
Icon ID
Icon resource identifier contained in
the file specified in the IconFile key.
Optional
X=Icon resource identifier
SupportFile
The key dependencies.
Optional
X=Variable
StartOption
Specifies startup options that must
be met for the menu entry to appear
on the window.
Optional
See Start Options on page
10-6.
Exit Icon
Default EZMenu Configuration Files (see page 10-1) contain a section named Exit as a child section of
the MenuEntries section.
Enabling the Exit section places this icon
on the application window, which allows users to exit. If you
want users to be able to exit the application window, make sure the Exit section is a child of the
MenuEntries section. If you want users to be unable to exit the application window, disable or delete the
Exit section.
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Start Options
Start Options define the required system parameters for a software application to launch. The following
values can be entered for the StartOption key, wherever it appears:
Option Name
The program launches if …
Category
DISABLED
Never, regardless of other startup options specified.
None
COLDBOOT
The terminal has performed a cold boot.
WARMBOOT
The terminal has performed a warm boot.
TOUCH
The terminal has a touch screen display installed.
NONTOUCH
The terminal doesn’t have a touch screen display installed.
BATCH
The terminal is a batch unit (no RF or internal modem cards installed).
RF
The terminal has an RF card installed (e.g., Cisco 802.11b).
GSM
The terminal has a GSM radio.
BT
The terminal has a Bluetooth radio.
MODEM
The terminal has an internal modem card installed.
IMAGER
The terminal has an imager installed.
LASER
The terminal has a laser scanner installed.
BLIND
The terminal has no laser or imager installed.
ANYSCAN
The terminal has either an imager or a laser scanner installed.
RFON
The RF radio is Enabled.
GSMON
The GSM radio is enabled.
BTON
The Bluetooth radio is enabled.
RFGSMBTOFF
The RF, GSM, & Bluetooth radios are disabled.
Boot type
Touch Screen
Mobility
Scanner
Radio
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Start Options
Start Options define the required system parameters for a software application to launch. The following
values can be entered for the StartOption key, wherever it appears:
Option Name
The program launches if …
29KEY
The terminal has a 29-key keyboard.
35KEY
The terminal has a 35-key keyboard.
38KEY
The terminal has a 38-key keyboard.
43KEY
The terminal has a 43-key keyboard.
56KEY
The terminal has a 56-key keyboard.
NO_KEY
The terminal has a 56-key keyboard.
Category
Keyboard
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Start Options
Start Options define the required system parameters for a software application to launch. The following
values can be entered for the StartOption key, wherever it appears:
Option Name
The program launches if …
7300
It’s a Dolphin 7300 terminal.
7400
It’s a Dolphin 7400 terminal.
7450
It’s a Dolphin 7450 terminal.
74XX
It’s any Dolphin terminal beginning with “74”.
7600
It’s a Dolphin 7600 terminal.
76XX
It’s any Dolphin terminal beginning with “76”.
7850
It’s a Dolphin 7850 terminal.
78XX
It’s any Dolphin terminal beginning with “78”.
7900
It’s a Dolphin 7900 terminal.
79XX
It’s any Dolphin terminal beginning with “79”.
9500
It’s a Dolphin 9500 terminal.
9501
It’s a Dolphin 9501 terminal.
9550
It’s a Dolphin 9550 terminal.
9551
It’s a Dolphin 9551 terminal.
95XX
It’s any Dolphin terminal beginning with “95”.
9700
It’s a Dolphin 9700 terminal.
9900
It’s a Dolphin 9900 terminal.
99XX
It’s any Dolphin terminal beginning with “99”.
PNPID
The terminal has a card installed whose identification contains ALL of
the strings specified in the PNPID setting.
NONPNPID
The terminal doesn’t have a card installed whose identification contains
ALL of the strings specified in the PNPID setting.
Category
Model
Expansion Card
Multiple options can be specified for each category. For example, you can specify both 35KEY and
43KEY options to request that the program run in either a 35- or 43-key keyboard terminal. Seperate
multiple options with commas.
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To ignore a category, don’t specify any of its options.
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Locking Down the Application Window
You can program a menu configuration file to block access to the Start menu, OK button, and Command
bar menus on the application window. When all of these items are blocked, the user must navigate the
terminal from the application window.
EZMenu carries these settings forward to all windows opened from the application window. This way,
access to the Start menu, OK button, and Command bar menus can be blocked globally.
1.
Open the menu configuration file in EZConfig Editor.
For more information, see Working with Open EXM Files on page 2-8.
2.
In the Settings Section (page 10-3), modify the following keys:
a. StartMenu=0 (The Start menu won’t appear on the application window.)
b. OK=0 (The OK button won’t appear on the application window.)
c. Menu=0 (No menus appear in the Command bar.)
3.
In the MenuEntries section, delete, disable, or password protect (see Password on page 10-5) the
Exit subsection to remove the Exit icon.
4.
If you are modifying the file in EZConfig Editor on the terminal, tap Tools > Launch Associated
App. The application window opens displaying your changes.
If you are modifying the file in EZConfig Editor on the workstation, save, then transfer the file to the
terminal. On the terminal, navigate to the application window to verify your changes.
Booting the Terminal to the Application Window
You can program the terminal to boot to the application window by modifying the Autorun.exm File (see
page 4-1).
1.
In EZConfig Editor, open Autorun.exm.
2.
Open the Programs section and enable the EasyMenu section.
3.
In the EasyMenu section, modify the Args key to call the EXM file of the application window. This is
the path to the menu configuration file; i.e., “/ipsm/***menu.exm.”
By default, the Args key calls /ipsm/demosmenu.exm.
4.
Warm boot the terminal and verify that startup finishes on the application window.
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SetRAM
Overview
The SetRAM Power Tool adjusts the division of program memory vs. file system memory on Dolphin
terminals running Windows Mobile 6.0.
Windows Mobile 6.0 Memory
Windows Mobile 6.0 is designed to use a persistent file store rather than a RAM object store. The
allocation of file system RAM memory versus program memory must be made during hard resets. This
change is a challenge in devices that use the RAM based file systems because there is no way to predict
individual application requirements of program memory vs. RAM file store.
As a result, you cannot change the memory allocation in the Memory system setting.
On Dolphin terminals, the default memory allocation between file store and program memory is 50/50.
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Accessing SetRAM
1.
On the Power Tools Main Window (see page 1-2), tap the SetRAM icon
displays the current memory distribution.
. The SetRAM window
2.
To change the memory allocation, use the slider to adjust the memory allocation:
File MB=File Storage Memory
Prog MB=Program Memory
3.
Tap Set RAM Allocation to make the change.
4.
The terminal launches a hard reset, then a soft reset.
This reset process launches AutoInstall, which launches DeviceConfig’s RAM memory allocation
settings. Therefore, make sure that the RAM section is disabled in DeviceConfig.exm or that it
contains the same memory settings as SetRAM. For more information, see RAM Memory Allocation
in DeviceConfig on page 11-2.
RAM Memory Allocation in DeviceConfig
DeviceConfig contains a RAM section (see page 3-10) that–if enabled–sets the RAM memory allocation
for the terminal during startup. Dolphin terminals default to the RAM allocation in DeviceConfig.
Therefore, if you want the changes you make in SetRAM to persist through hard resets, make sure that
the RAM section in DeviceConfig disabled or, if enabled, matches the parameters in SetRAM.
For more information about DeviceConfig, see RAM Section on page 3-10.
SetRAM Window
Field
Value
Description
Total Installed RAM
128 MB
Actual size of installed RAM chip.
Memory Statistics:
The values displayed in these fields are pulled from the terminal dynamically when
SetRAM opens.
When SetRAM acquires the information successfully, the SetRAM window displays
the following message: “RAM Info read success.”
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SetRAM Window
Field
Value
Description
Total User RAM
121 MB
Total RAM available for file system and program memory minus kernel
overhead.
Min Program RAM
31 MB
Minimum amount of memory allowed for program memory.
Min File Sys RAM
16 MB
Minimum amount of memory allowed for the file system.
RAM File %
50
Percentage of the Total User RAM allocated to the file system.
Actual File RAM
60 MB
The actual amount of memory allocated for the file system.
Actual Prog RAM
60 MB
The actual amount of memory allocated for the program memory.
XX%
50%
The RAM file % represented by the slider position. This percentage
updates as you move the slider.
Valid Split % Range
13%–75%
Valid % range that can be used when setting file system size. If set
out of range, value will be set to closest min or max.
File MB: & Prog MB:
60
The actual file and program memory (in MBs) represented by the
slider position. These numbers update as you move the slider.
Slider
RAM Memory Restrictions
RAM memory allocation restrictions are built into SetRAM; the slider will not allow you reset the memory
beyond the terminal’s capabilities.
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Print Power Tools
Overview
Dolphin terminals contain two print utilities:
BTPrint.exe
BTPrint prints to a Bluetooth device via the Bluetooth wireless radio; see page 12-2.
IrDAPrintCE.exe
IrDAPrint prints to an IrDA device via the IrDA port; see page 12-2.
Both .exes are located in the \Program Files\Power Tools folder.
Print Demo
All Dolphin terminals contain a Print Demo (Start > Demos > Print Demo) that prints a sample receipt or
bar code to a Bluetooth or IrDA printer. The Print Demo calls the BTPrint.exe when printing to a Bluetooth
device and the IrDAPrintCE.exe when printing to an IrDA device.
For more information about the Print Demo, please refer to the Print Demo chapter of the Demos User’s
Guide, which is available for download from the web site: www.honeywell.com/aidc.
Note: You can also call either EXE to print to a Bluetooth or IrDA printer via command line.
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BTPrint
BTPrint allows you to print to a Bluetooth printer via the command line, provided that the Bluetooth printer
is set up as a Bluetooth Favorite on the Dolphin terminal.
For more information about setting up Bluetooth Favorite devices, please see the Bluetooth section of the
Print Demo chapter in the Demos User’s Guide, which is available on the User CD or from the Partners
area of www.honeywell.com/aidc.
Calling a Bluetooth Printer
Call BTPrint.exe from the command line \Program Files\Power Tools\BTPrint.exe – with the
path of the document as the command line argument.
IrDAPrintCE
IrDAPrintCE allows you to print to an IrDA printer via the command line.
Calling an IrDA Printer
Call the IrDAPrintCE.exe from the command line \Program Files\Power
Tools\IrDAPrintCE.exe with the path of the document as the command line argument.
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Customer Support
Technical Assistance
If you need assistance installing or troubleshooting your device, please call your distributor or the nearest technical support office:
North America/Canada
Telephone: (800) 782-4263
E-mail: [email protected]
Latin America
Telephone: (803) 835-8000
Telephone: (800) 782-4263
E-mail: [email protected]
Brazil
Telephone: +55 (21) 3535-9100
Fax: +55 (21) 3535-9105
E-mail: [email protected]
Mexico
Telephone: (803) 835-8000
E-mail: [email protected]
Europe, Middle East, and Africa
Telephone: +31 (0) 40 7999 393
Fax: +31 (0) 40 2425 672
E-mail: [email protected]
Hong Kong
Telephone: +852-29536436
Fax: +851-2511-3557
E-mail: [email protected]
Singapore
Telephone: +65-6842-7155
Fax: +65-6842-7166
E-mail: [email protected]
China
Telephone: +86 800 828 2803
Fax: +86-512-6762-2560
E-mail: [email protected]
Japan
Telephone: +81-3-3839-8511
Fax: +81-3-3839-8519
E-mail: [email protected]
Online Technical Assistance
You can also access technical assistance online at www.honeywellaidc.com.
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9680 Old Bailes Road
Fort Mill, SC 29707
www.honeywellaidc.com
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